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AURIGAN, 1970, is sponsored and prepared by members of the 
Senior Class, Mount Everett Regional School, Sheffield, 
Massachusetts, and is printed by American Yearbook Company 
of Cambridge, Maryland. 




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CONTENTS: 

Locale 

School Life 

Baseball 

Junior High 

Administration 

Personnel 

Activities 

Football 

Cheerleading 

Basketball 

Cross Country 

Drama 

Underclassmen 

Faculty 

Skiing 

G.A.A. 

Calendar 

Special Events 

Awards 

Art 

Music 

Spring Activities 

Conclusion 

Seniors 




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Two views of Mount Everett. 






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Sheffield Pharmacy 

Sheffield, Mass. 




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LEFT TOP: Pull in case of fire. 

ABOVE: File out. 

FAR LEFT: Stand in line. 






Compliments of 

The Canaan National 

Bank 




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Dempsey's Garage, Inc. 

42 Bridge Street 

Pontiac, Buick, Opel, Triumph, and 

G.M.C. 

Sales and Service 

South Berkshire Area 



Greenfield's 
Gift & Card 



Butternut Basin 

State Road 
Great Harrington 528-2000 







PICTURES CLOCKWISE FROM RIGHT: Richard Hatch 
and Robert Nilson. Jeff Barth and Brian Kelly. Sharon 
Ryder, Dominick Dombrowski, Steve Morris, and Mr. 
Cote. Donna Turner, Liz Tryon, Jenny Touponce, and Mr. 
Kelley. Lorraine Stevens, Donna Bachetti, and Adrienne 
O'Connell, Lynne O'Connell. MIDDLE: John Real and Jim 
Phillips. 




Marcia Packlick 
James Stevens 



Lucie Cappadona 



Russell Rawling 
Pat DeVoti 




David Pedersen, Dennis Buckley, and Pat Moore. 
Martha Shuts 



Lynne O'Connell 
Jean Chapin 




TOP ROW: jim Law on the receiving end oi a 
pick-off attempt . . . John Cook warming up 
. . . Pitcher Tom Sindler unsuccessfully 
covering home plate . . . Jim Edelman, 
outfielder, doing his thing ... Up at bat, Jim 
Edelman. Pitcher Dave Pshenishny scooping up 
a ground ball and out-running the batter to first. 
kiGHT MIDDLE: Matt Fahey relaying a bunt 
signal. 

RIGHT BOTTOM: Spectators watching first 
Mount Everett home game — against Lee. 




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VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM qeft): Coach 
Gauthier; Jim Small, pitcher; Jim Stevens, 
catcher; Ed Gulotta, right field; John Cook, short 
stop; Wray Gunn, second base; Jim Edelman, 
center . field; Dick Sellew, third base; Dave 
Pshenishny, pitcher; Dave Smith, second base; 
Nick Pshenishny, left field; TOM SINDLER, 
PITCHER, CAPTAIN; Tim Harrigan, short stop; 
Bernard Kirchner, manager; Bill Bender, 
manager; Jerry McPeak, score keeper. 
(ABSENT) Jim Law, first base; Matt Fahey, 
pitcher. 



1969 Baseball 
2-3 
0-5 
2-3 
1-5 
1-13 
1-2 



A18 

A25 

A28 

A30 

M2 

M7 

MlO 4-6 

M12 3-7 

MM *9-6 

M16 *4-3 

M21 1-7 

M22 0-7 

M23 7-8 

M27 *18-2 

* WINS 

# League Games 
HOME GAMES 



Schedule — Varsity 
Roe Jan 

#LEE 

# Monument Mt. 

# Lenox 
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#LEE 

# MONUMENT MT 

# LENOX 
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ROE JAN 

# Monument Mt. 
#LEE 

# Lenox 
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1969 Baseball Schedule — Junior Varsity 

A18 5-12 ROE ]AN 

A28 3-18 MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 

A30 5-15 LENOX 

M2 13-14 Roe Jan 

M7 1-lQ Lee 

MlO 2-9 MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 

M14 6-9 NEW LEBANON 

Ml6 6-7 Lenox 

M21 5-18 Monument Mountain 

M22 0-13 LEE 

M23 4-5 LENOX 

M27 8-11 New Lebanon 

HOME GAMES 

JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM (Left): 
King Hunt, first base; Pat Kelly, pitcher; Jim 
Blodgett, third base; Mike Harrigan, third base; 
Mark Trocchi, second base; Jean Gingras, short 
stop; Richard Hardisty, center field; Kris Martin, 
second base; Mike Marchione, left field; JOHN 
BAILEY, RIGHT HELD, CAPTAIN: Matt Clark, 
catcher; Roger Abbott, pitcher; Gary Drisco 
left field; Peter Chase, left field; Mark Bachetti, 
left field; Jack Anderson, scorekeeper; Patrick 
Moore, manager; (ABSENT) Coach Davis; Brian 
Care, pitcher; Fred Glanville, right field. 




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TOP, TOP TO BOTTOM: Michael Nott, Robert Gower, 
Robert Stanton, Donald Piatt, Patrick Fennell, John 
Hutchins, Edgar Kahlstrom, David Miller, Scott Jervas, 
Donald Kickery, Justin Hoag, Karin Frederick, Collette 
Gingras, Robin Hanson, Christine Sierau, Priscilla Malnati, 
Jenifer Koneazny, Susan Montoux, Coral Ouelette, Linda 
Law, Patricia McNamara, Abigail Greene, Gail MacKenzie, 
Kathy Marchione, Edith Eggenberger, Kathleen Fleming, 
Lisa Milligan, Kyle Farnum, Joan Hankey, Judith Maloney, 
David Edelman, Alfred Pixley. 

MIDDLE, TOP TO BOTTOM: William Curtiss, Thomas 
Silk, William Van Deusen, Colfax Hoag, Kenneth Clapp, 
Mark Pratt, Wayne Gunn, Joseph Berkel, Brian Coons, 
Gary Carlson, Russell Funk, Stephen Bangs, William 
Milligan, Steven Silk, Thomas Vickerman, Laura Oakes, 
Robin Ouelette, Morag Paget, Stephanie Wright, Charlene 
Ryder, Linda Davis, Mary Cary, Cynthia Williams, Jean 
Delmolino, Lee Ann Deming, Mari Candee, Theresa Ball, 
Diane Cartinelli, Alice Byrne, Janice Stiles, Judith 
Boardman. 

BOTTOM, TOP TO BOTTOM: Philip Newey, James 
Bynack, Dale Van Deusen, William Thorn, John Van 
Horn, Steven Smith, David Gasperini, Walter Hewins, 
Alfred Pixley, William Butler, Harold Archambeau, 
Samuel Johnson, Dennis Mintz, Joseph Gallo, Gary 
Farnum, Bruce Nott, David Vosburg, Bruce Rueger, Gregg 
Birkholz, Brian Race, Keith Hastedt, Peter Brown, Linda 
Field, Donna Van Deusen, Teresa Love, Doreen Bartlett, 
Betsy Baker, Lucy Wuori, Ditte Phillips, Julie Markham, 
Donna Salisbury, Theresa Choquette, Diane Salisbury, 
Karen Hyatt, Barbara Haecker, Deborah Rhoades, 
Deborah Dellert, Linda Driscoll, Roxanne DeVos. 




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Class Officers: David Edelman (President), Wayne Gunn 

(Vice-President), Linda Law (Secretary), Edith Eggenberger , 

(Treasurer), Diane Cartinelli (Student Council 

Representative). 

ABSENT: Helen Hinkley, Kevin Ives, Michael McWilliam, 

Linda Mercer, Debora Sanderson, Kathy Shortis, Dawn 

Tucker. 



TOP, TOP TO BOTTOM: Joseph Finn, Brian Deland, 
Donald Rossi, Kenneth Fish, Brooke Carton, Albert 
Bassett, Carl Zinnerman, Timothy Fink, David Hoag, 
Michael Guerra, David Lewis, Wayne Burnham, Eric Agar, 
Andy Bangs, Daniel Maghery, Lorraine Stevens, Karen 
Parker, Lucinda Longdyke, Cathy O'Brien, Rita Stalker, 
Loris Merritt, Dara Jenssen, Denise Benjamin, Lori 
L'Hommedieu, Priscilla Twing, Sheryl Fargeson, Amy 
Longdyke, Sandra Davis, Martha Higgins, Jane Crawford, 
Patricia Hill. 

MIDDLE, TOP TO BOTTOM: Bruce Palmer, David 
Weiss, Steven Phillips, Richard Race, George Mielke, Joey 
Van Duesen, Michael Martin, Gary Pshenishny, Scott 
Putnam, John Pedersen, David E. Smith, Robert Patterson, 
Jeffrey Trag, Kim Riiska, David D. Smith, Richard 
MacDonald, Wayne Smith, Randy Shaw, John Ullrich, 
Andrew Piper, John Olinski, Kathie Tryon, Jane Pino, Joan 
Bender, Ann Martin, Laura Grunfeld, Georgia Rood, Ann 
Turner. 

BOTTOM, TOP TO BOTTOM: Mark Brandt, William 
Carley, Timothy Beckwith, Michael Bynack, Joseph 
Cartinelli, Thomas Berkel, Shawn Cassidy, John Cowen, 
Richard Hall, Peter Haupt, David Weigle, John Walther, 
Kevin Hennessey, John Zimboski, Keith Langenback, 
Wendy Carlson, Christine A. Chase, Joan Koneazny, 
Melavie Wyman, Lee Decker, Patricia Vamey, Erika 
Liebsch, Donna Coles, Melissa Hinman, Aileen Barth, 
Janice Dunlop, Robin Gleason, Deborah Cruikshank, 
Kathryn Frengs, Sally Quikshank, Tara Barbieri. 



CLASS OFFICERS: Patricia Salzmann (President), Carolyn 

Boardman (Vice President), Valerie Glanville (Secretary), 

Cheryl Vermeulen (Treasurer), Chuck Judkins (Student 

Council). 

ABSENT: Gail Curtiss, Lee Decker, Donna Hatch, Richard 

Hutchins, Roy Ruthel, Joseph Ullrich. 










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Compliments oF 

Colonial Restaurant 

Canaan, Conn. 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1970 

Stevens Funeral 
Home, Inc. 

Great Barrington, Mass. 



Your Sophisticated 
Pet, Inc. 

Do You Mean As Much To Your 

Pet 

As Your Pet Means To You? 

Railroad Street, Canaan, Conn. 

(opposite parking lot) , 






Southfxeld Stor 

Tel. 229-8650 



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UPPER LEFT: Mr. Dunham anxiously awaiting the fifth period bell with David Hastedt, Steve 

Shmulsky, and Chris Aaskov. 

LOWER LEFT: Two cars awaiting the 3:15 bell. 

MIDDLE: Bonnie Watson, with Cathi Meyer, almost studying before the bell, 

RIGHT: Fred Smith and Bill Cary hoping Jim Stevens will take their picture before the bell. 




Congratulations to the 
"Group" 

From Mitch Smith 



Peace and Best Wishes 

Dehon Seminary 




Willowood Nursing 
Home, Inc. 

d/b/a Berkshire Hills Nursing 
Home 

Montcrev, Mass. 





Millwork 

Supplie'i 

Koofitu; Malrridif- 

R,!ilroacl Strod 

C;rc.il B.ir-liiglon 528-0600 



Paul J. McDonald, 
Superintendent of 
Schools 




James A. Shiminsky, 

Assistant Supervising 

Principal, 

Grades 9 through 12 



Raymond F. Chamberland, 

Assistant Supervising 

Principal, 

Grades 5 through 8 



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George J. Helmrich, 
District Treasurer and 
Business Manager 



Alford 
Egremont 
Egremont 
Monterey 



School Committee Members: 
Mr. Robert I. Bright 
Miss Faye Campbell 
Mr. Daniel A. Miller 
Mrs. Robert J. Donelan 
Mr. Edward T. Connors 

New Marlbrough 

Mr. Roger P. Salzmann 

New Marlbrough 

Sheffield 
Sheffield 
Sheffield 




This has been a busy year for the admin- 
istration of Mount Everett. The outside 
world found its way into the school's clois- 
tered halls; the normally quiet fall found 
Mount Everett in the throes of its first bomb 
scare. 

Fashion made 1969-70 the year of the 
pants. Mount Everett joined the trend. Both 
administration and students found it a wel- 
come change, especially when winter came. 

This was the year of the course-duration 
options. Many high school students could 
take courses for one, two, or three marking 
periods. 

Mount Everett started a cooperative pro- 
gram with Monument Mountain in the area 
of vocational programs. Preliminary 
self-evaluation started toward the accredita- 
tion testing to be done next year. 





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Sponsored by BOSWORTH STUDIOS 







PICTURES: Top; Mr. Robert E. Ball - 
custodian; Mr. John P. Rooney — assistant 
head custodian; Mr. Donald Van Deusen — 
custodian. Not pictured: Mr. Louis C. Artz — 
head custodian; Robert A. Frederick — 
custodian. Center: Mrs. Helen D. Koneazny 

— secretary to superintendent; Mrs. Helen 
M. Gugino — district nurse. Bottom: Mrs. 
Eleanor M. Bock — kitchen staff, Mrs. Grace 
T. Gleason — kitchen staff, Mrs. Phyllis L. 
Smith — kitchen staff, Mrs. Mary B. Martin 

— kitchen staff, and Mrs. Jean L. Curtis — 
lunchroom supervisor; Mrs. Grace J. 
Pedersen — administrative aide; Mrs. Muriel 
Rokos — administrative aide; and Mrs. 
Grace W. Artz — accounts secretary. Not 
pictured: Mrs. Sabina Ullrich — 
administrative aide; Mrs. Inez Streeter — 
administrative aide. 




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Harland B. Foster 

Refrigeration — Air Conditioning 

Oil Heating — Electrical Equipment 

Hardware 

Bridge Street, Gt, Harrington 

Tel. 528-2100 or 528-0564 



Best Wishes 
from 

Catamount, Inc. 



Top 20 Tunes 45 R. P.M. 
Latest Record Albums 

Leader Department Store 

Rt. 44, Canaan, Conn. 



C. A. Lindell and Son, Inc. 

Farm and Industrial Machinery 

Sales and Service 

Building Materials and Fuel Oil 

Canaan, Conn. 



Egremont Contractors 




Farmerette Shop 

Country Clothes 
Hillsdale, New York 




AVIATION GROUND SCHOOL: Advisor - Mr. 
Dunham. The purpose of Aviation Ground School 
is to give students a basic introduction to flying. 
Members have a chance to visit an airport and 
receive a discount on flying lessons if they wish to 
take them. PICTURED - FRONT ROW: Margaret 
Burnett, Deborah Dempsey. SECOND ROW: 
Daniel Macy, Kevin Shortis. THIRD ROW: Bill 
West, Peter Delmolino, James Coffman. 



CHESS CLUB: Advisor - Mr. Davis. The Chess 
Club gives students a non-academic mental 
challenge that develops a kind of sportsmanship 
and competitive spirit different from that found in 
athletic sports. They have both "friendly" games 
and a formal competition designed to include 
everyone. PICTURED - STANDING: Larry Jones, 
Charles Sherman, Ed Tichenor, Peter Shuts, Charlie 
Ball, John Jasman, Tom Thorn, Eric McCarthy, Jack 
Anderson, Dennis Rollins, Paul Pedersen. SEATED 
- CLOCKWISE: Arthur Batacchi, Annemarie 
Eggenberger, Kim Marchione, Margaret Egerton, 
Kathy Mielke, Don Peck. 



The Brooks Agencies, Inc. 

Insurance and Real Estate 

Gt. Barrington, Mass. 

Tel. 528-0007 



Compliments of 

Meadows Drive-In 

and 
Old Country Store 



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BOYS' SPORTS: Advisor - Mr. McDermott. Boys 
Sports gives students a chance to practice skills in a 
sport situation, work as a team, and enjoy 
recreation regardless of skill. 



FUTURE SCIENTIST CLUB: Advisor - Mr. Oleen. 
This is the Future Scientist Club's first year at 
Mt. Everett. It is affiliated with a nation wide or- 
ganization of science clubs. The members meet to 
discuss areas of interest and work on individual 
projects. PICTURED: Mr. Oleen, Russell Pawling, 
Fred Smith, and Lynne O'Connell. 



ART CLUB; Advisor — Mr. Simanek. Each member 
of the Art Club works on an individual project in 
any media that is available, developing skills in 
drawing, pottery, and painting. PICTURED: Front 
Row: Jean Koneazny, Nancy DuPont, Robert Law, 
Mike Merritt. Middle Row: Laurie Wood, Jean 
Chapin, Gerry Benjamin, Kent Milligan. Back Row: 
Claudia Allsop, Ruth Carter, Jeanne Alvares. 





Cooper Hill Farm 



A. J. Malnah 
Ashley Falls, Mass. 



H. S. Andrews 
Insurance 

Gt. Barrington, Mass. 



High Fidelity 
Cable Television 

Gt. Barrington, Mass. 




Compliments of 

Berkshire Aviation 
Enterprises, Inc. 

Airport - Gt. Barrington 




JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS: Advisors - Janis 
Bosworth and Debbie Dempsey. This activity gives 
the seventh and eighth graders a chance to 
participate in promoting school spirit by cheering 
for their basketball team. 

Front Row: Judy Boardman, Susan Montoux, Robin 
Gleason, Theresa Choquette, Kathryn Frengs. Back 
Row: Patricia Salzmann, Valerie Glanville, Carolyn 
Boardman, Ann Martin, Diane Salisbury, Donna 
Salisbury. 



DRIVERS' ED: Advisors - Mr Menin and Mr. 
Sano. The Drivers' Ed. course is designed to help 
students become better drivers through classroom 
lecture, filmstrips, and on-the-road training. 




JUDO: Advisor — Mr. Menin. Judo, which meets 
once a week and after school, disciplines the body 
and trains one for the unexpected. Front Row: 
Jenny Merritt, Deborah Hankey, Marsha Johnson, 
Ruth Carter. Middle Row: Deborah Cruikshank, 
Bonnie Beckwith, Sandra Davis. Back Row: Brook 
Walsh, Dianne Fratalone, Gretchen Bower, 
Christine Rahm, Mr. Menin. 



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Mahaiwe Jewelers 

Canaan, Conn. 
Diamonds — Watches — Rings 
Silverware — China — Luggage 

Tel. 824-7516 



Pine Tree Restaurant 

Sheffield, Mass. 



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Mac/s Garage 


Sheffield Market 

"A Good Store in a Good Town" 


Main Street 
Sheffield, Mass. 


Fresh Meat and Produce — 

Groceries 
C.A. & E. W. Bartholomew 




Tel. 229-8939 



CHOIR: Advisor — Mr. Wartella. The Choir meets 
once a week to practice songs which are sung at 
school assemblies and public concerts. 





MODEL-MAKING CLUB: Advisor - Mr. Menin. 
7he aims of the Model-Making Club are 
assembling automobile models, and developing the 
manual dexterity and originality of its members. 
PICTURED - CLOCKWISE: Dave Macy, Brad 
Wilson, Arthur Batacchi, Tom Curtis, Dave Bethel. 



WRESTLING CLUB: Advisor - Mr Menin. The 
Wrestling Club prepares its members for a possible 
wrestling team sometime in the near future. 




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Ann Louise Shop 

304 Main Street ^H^ 

Gt. Barrington Tel. 528-0012 




Bill's Pharmacy, Inc. 

We Feature Friendly Service at 

Bill's 

• Barracini Chocolates • Kodak 

Film 

• Sealtest Ice Cream 

Yardley, Roger Gallet and 

Bonnie Bell Cosmetics 

282 Main St., Gt. Barrington, 

Mass. 
Phones 528-2860, 528-1590 



Dr. Edward R. Wyman 



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Compliments of 

The Berkshire Courier 

528-3020 





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SCIENCE CLUB: Advisor - Mr. Oleen. The 
Science Club meets once a week and discusses the 
scientific interest of its members. The club hopes to 
improve their scientific approach through 
experimentation and research. PICTURED; Paul 
Pedersen, Jane Schoenfeld, Steve Ouelette, Kevin 
Curtis, Kevin Shortis, David Macy Jeff Harvey. 



ART AIDES: Advisor - Mr. Simanek. The Art 
Aides provide such services as the preparation of 
posters and visual materials needed by the art and 
other departments. PICTURED - SEATED: Kent 
Miliigan, Bonnie Francis, Judy Marion, David 
Bethel, Mike Merritt. STANDING: Mike Gulotta, 
Ron Van Deusen, Carl Van Deusen. 



FRENCH LAB MONITORS: Advisor - Mr. Cote. 
The French Lab Monitors operate the French Lab 
seven periods a day and during activity periods. 
PICTURED: Tom Packlick, John Real, Steve 
Morris, Scott MacKenzie, Danny DuVall, John 
Sellew, Rex Judkins. 



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Congratulations to the 
Class of '70 

Mill River Store 

Mill River, Mass. 



Maplewood Fabrics 

Ashley Falls, Mass. 



E. M. Ryder, Inc. 

Registered Jeweler 

Certified Gemologist 

285 Main St., Gt. Barrington 

Tel 528-1055 



Sheffield Farm Supply 
Co., Inc. 

Sheffield, Mass. 

Ford Farm and Industrial Tractors 

and Equip. 

New Holland — Jainesway — 

DeLaval 



NEWSPAPER CLUB: Advisor - Mrs. Rhoades. The 
Newspaper Club puts out the school newspaper, 
the Auriga, which reports school activities and 
events. The members gain experience in writing, 
printing, publishing, and selling a newspaper. 
PICTURED: Laurie Wood, Madeleine Robins 
(assistant editor), Joanne Bangs, Chris Salzmann 
(editor-in-chief), Lynne O'Connell (literary editor), 
Maria Manghue, Margaret Burnett (assistant sports 
editor). Bill Simpson, Russell Rawling (features and 
photography editor), Mitch Smith (business 
manager), Jared Willets, and Richard Patterson. 



GIRLS' COOKING CLUB: Advisor - Mrs. Larkin. 
The girls' cooking club meets once a week to create 
culinary delights. PICTURED: Madelaine Smith, 
Ann Carroll, Suzie Gunzinger, Nancy Pasche, Pat 
Mielke, Donna Camp, Betsy Whisenant, Gail 
Gilmore, Marguerite Smith, Sherri Wyman, 
Michele Tolvo, Shelly L'Hommedieu, Linda Briggs, 
and Julie MacDonald. 



GIRLS' SEWING CLUB; Advisor - Mrs. Larkin. 
The Girls' Sewing Club provides each member with 
more advanced techniques in sewing, 
supplementing home economics class. PICTURED 
— SEATED: Donna Turner, Jenny Touponce, 
Deborah Burnham, Susan Turner, Noreen 
Eichstedt, Adrienne O'Connell, Laurie Riiska. 
STANDING: Deborah Fletcher and Virginia 
Everidge. 




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Roger's Shoe Store 

Fine Footwear for the Entire 

Family 

Edward H. McGuire 

Caroline Smedick 

Canaan, Conn. Tel. 824-5: 




William C. Stevens 

Electrician 
Southfield, Mass. Tel. 229-2606 



Berkshire Motor Inn 
& Restaurant 

Main Street, Great Barrington, 
Mass. 



Bob's Clothing Store 

Railroad St., Canaan, Conn. 

Largest Selection of Formal 

Rentals 

Tel. 824-7197 



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STUDENT COUNCIL: Advisor — Mr. Gauthier. Our representatives 
attempt to voice the opinions of the student body and give new ideas to the 
administration. The responsibiHty of the student council is to manage the 
school store, sponsor the annual Christmas and yearbook dances, and 
supply loans to needy club activities in the school. SEATED: Sharon Ryder 
(treasurer), Julie MacDonald (secretary), Robin Schoonmaker (vice 
president), Stanley Collins (president), Mr. Gauthier. STANDING: Dianne 
Cartinelli, Danny DuVall, David Edelman, Ernie Louison, Jim Edelman, 
Sally Turner, David Pedersen, Brian Real, Jeff Stover, Pat Salzmann, Rex 
Judkins. 






Sponsored by The Home Gas Corporation 





YEARBOOK; Advisor — Mr. Davis. During the past year and 
a half, the members of the yearbook staff have tried to design 
a new and creative image of the year's events for the 1970 
Aurigan. After many activity periods and nights after school, 
a product is presented which represents to some degree this 
year's school life. Evaluation of the book, accuracy, and 
comprehensive coverage were major concerns as the book 
was planned and compiled. PICTURED - FRONT ROW: 
Jean Chapin (features editor), Maria Manghue, Chris 
Heddleson, Chris Salzmann (coordinator), Laurie Wood 
(literary editor), Janis Bosworth factiviries editor), Jeanne 
Alvares. SECOND ROW: Lynne O'Connell (executive 
editor), Pam Bock, Stanley Olmsted, Marcia Packlick 
(editor-in-chief), Ellen Price (underclassmen editor), John 
Real, Joanne Bangs (calendar editor). THIRD ROW: William 
Cary, James Stevens (co-photography editor), Debbie 
Dempsey (senior section editor), Russell Rawling 
(co-photography editor). BACK ROW: Susan Pinkava 
(secretary), Sally Turner (business manager), Ernie Louison 
(sports editor), Fred Smith, Richard Patterson, Larry Johnson, 
Mitch Smith. ABSENT: Neil Crawford (art editor). Donna 
Camp, Wayne Dunlop, Candi Leining. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Advisor - Mrs. Rhoades. The 
National Honor Society was formed to recognize the qualities of 
scholarship, leadership, character, and service in Mount Everett 
students. National Honor Society members run the book store and 
sponsor, each year, a trip to Stratford's Shakespearian Festival. 
PICTURED - KNEELING: Chris Salzmann (secretary-treasurer), 
Lynne O'Connell (president). STANDING: Louise Antony, Stanley 
Collins, Emelyn Harp, Jane Schoenfeld. 



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Sponsored by Custom Extrusion, Inc., Sheffield, Mass. 





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Elaine Wuori — cheering tryouts 



Lindsey Crawford, John Schoenfeld, and Jeff Barth — framed 





Sheffield Motors 

Route 7 
Sheffield, Mass. 




Harrington House 

New England's Finest Cuisine 

Cocktail Lounge 

Dancing Eveiy Saturday Night 

Open 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. 

288 Main Street 
Gt. Barrington 528-1840 



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Mr. Rutstein — incognito 



pep rally crowd — after school 



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the cheerleaders and inarching band — football half tin\e 



Michael Martin — library 




John G. Bagloe 
Prudential Agent 



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Congratulations to the Qass of 

1970 — j 

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Turner and Cook, Inc. 

Southfieid, Mass. 



Wheeler and Taylor, 
Inc. 

333 Main Street 
Great Barrington, Mass. 



1971 Aurigan 



















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1969 FOOTBALL TEAM (FRONT ROW): 55 - John Real (C), 40 - 
Jim Phillips (F. B.), CO-CAPTAIN 63 - WILLIAM CARY (G), 70 - 
Stan Olmsted (T), CO-CAPTAIN 80 - JIM STEVENS (E). 
(SECOND ROW): 30 - Tony Cavalier (H. B.), 60 - Brook Walsh 
(G), 44 - Gary Brallier (H. B.), 81 - Fred Smith (E), 72 - Pat Moore 
(T), 73 - John Bailey (T). (THIRD ROW): 82 - Matt Qark (E), 22 - 
Peter Chase (E), 43 - Brian Rote (H. B.), '83 - Tom Packlick (E), 54 

- Doug Lyman (C), 20 - Bill Bender (E), 34 - Steve Morris (H. B.), 
12 - Dick Sellew (Q. B.). (FOURTH ROW): 42 - Dan Miller (F. 
B.), 21 - Roger Tryon (E), 41 - Bill Nichols (H. B.), 59 - Chris 
Beattie (T), 58 - Scott Davis (T), 64 - Peter Cassidy (G), 65 - Jean 
Gingras (G), 71 - George Martin (T), 35 - Tony Ullrich (H. B.). 
(FIFTH ROW): 10 - Geoff Piper (Q. B.), 31 - Fred Moore (E), 30 - 
John Schoenfeld (G), 38 - Jeff Barth (E), 57 - Steve Hastedt (T), 43 

- Dennis Rollins (T), 62 - Dan Macy (G), 56 - Brian Real (C), 42 - 
Jeff Stover (G), 11 - Jay Amidon (H. B.). (SIXTH ROW): Manager 
Bob Law, Jim Olmsted (T), 61 — George Ullrich (G), Coach 
Duchardt, Manager Rex Judkins, Coach Halliday. 



1969 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 



S20 


0-32 


Roe Jan 


S27 


0-26 


DOVER PLAINS 


04 


14-24 


McCann Tech 


Oil 


14-32 


BETHEL 


018 


*22-6 


A.S.D. 


025 


24-28 


NEWTOWN 


Nl 


0-30 


SP. COMMERCE 


N8 


8-16 


WESTON 


*Wins 






HOME GAMES 





RIGHT TOP: Coach Halliday talks the football game at McCann, 
and Bobby Law and Coach Duchardt listen and scuff. RIGHT 
MIDDLE: The block by Doug Lyman. BOTTOM ROW: The wait by 
Jay Amidon, Stan Olmsted, Pat Moore, John Bailey, and Tom 
Packlick. The pass by Dick Sellew. The breakthrough by Tony 
Cavalier. The run by Steve Morris. 





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FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS; LEFT BACK TO 
RIGHT FRONT: Betsy Cary, Pat Cassidy, JANIS 
BOSWORTH - CAPTAIN, Elaine Wuori, Ruth 
Pedersen. RIGHT BACK TO LEFT FRONT: 
Julie Edelman, Marcia Wuori, JANIS BOS- 
WORTH - CAPTAIN, Nancy Pasche, Donna 
Brallier. Between marching during half-time 
shows, dodging eggs at the Great Barrington 
Halloween Parade, making posters and cup- 
cakes, selling spectator bus tickets and booster 
buttons, the football cheerleaders led the 
enthusiastic crowds at the football games. 
Under the direction of Miss Lemke the girls 
enjoyed a very rewarding season. 



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Arch! Point those toes! Lift! Janis Bosworth 
demonstrates the stag jump. 



Advisor, Miss Lewis, and basketball cheerleaders had 
only a few Mount Everett fans to help yell at the first 
Lenox game — away. 




BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: Candy Leining, 
Louise Antony, Pat Mielke, Julie MacDonald, Shelley 
L'Hommedieu, Cheryl Hewins, Dawn Samuels. 
CENTER: SUSAN- McNAMARA - CAPTAIN. 
Basketball Cheerleading tradition was broken in three 



ways this year: (1) The faculty chose the squad instead 
of the student body. (2) The traditional nine member 
squad consisted of only six girls. (3) A junior (Susan 
McNamara) was elected captain. 




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36 




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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM; FRONT ROW: Gary 
Brallier, Rich Hardisty, Wray Gunn, Dick Sellew, Stan 
Collins. BACK ROW: Coach McDermott, Keith Fletcher, 
King Hunt, Jim Edelman, Dave Pshenishny, John Cook, 
Coach Halliday. ABSENT: WAYNE SCHOONMAKER - 
CAPTAIN. JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM; FRONT ROW: 
Duane Moulton, Mike Harrigan, Jim Blodgett, Mark 
Trocchi. BACK ROW: Coach McDermott Geoff Piper, 
Paul Milligan, Jim Small, Scott MacKenzie, Tom Packlick, 
STEVE MORRIS - CAPTAIN, Dan Miller, John Sellew. 
While playing at the Berkshire County Jamboree, left 
forward Jim Edelman attempts a jump shot. 



1969-70 VARSITY BASKETBAIL SCHEDULE 



D6 


23-28 


McCann — Basketball Jamboree 


D17 


55-66 


Granby 


D19 


57-64 


Gateway 


J2 


44-52 


GATEWAY 


J6 


*61-60 


ROE JAN 


J9 


61-89 


Monson 


J 13 


50-69 


#LEE 


J16 


* 57-55 


# Monument Mountain 


J20 


32-90 


# Lenox 


J23 


44-54 


# McCANN 


J27 


75-78 


Roe Jan 


J30 


43-99 


#Lee 


F3 


48-60 


# MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 


F6 


42-68 


# LENOX 


FIO 


62-66 


# McCann 


F13 




Ware 


F17 




#LEE 


F20 




# Monument Mountain 


F24 




# Lenox 


F27 




# McCann 


HOME GAMES 




*WINS 






# LEAGUE GAMES 





1969-70 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 



J13 


43-72 


LEE 


J16 


26-68 


Monument Mountain 

1 


J20 


32-68 


Lenox 


J23 


*33-31 


McCANN 


J27 


28-46 


Roe Jan 


J30 


30-5S 


Lee 


F3 


29-3C 


MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 


F6 


40-53 


LENOX 


FlO 


29-48 


McCann 


F13 




Ware | 


F17 




LEE 


F20 
F24 




Monument Mountain 
Lenox 


F27 




McCANN 


HOME GAMES 




*WINS 




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1969 Cross-Country Schedule 



S23 




* 15-50 


# Drury 


526 




19-36 


# MT. GREYLOCK 


530 




* 15-50 


# Lenox 


03 




*18-37 


# WAHCONAH 


07 




*17-38 


# MO^aJMENT MT. 


010 




*18-42 


# Lee 


015 




* 19-32 


Pine Plains 


017 




* 15-49 


# DRURY 


021 




15-48 


# Mt. Greylock 


024 




* 15-50 


# LENOX 


027 




* 20-32 


# Wahconah 


029 




*23-36 


# Monunient Mt. 


N4 




* 17-45 


# LEE 


N7 




20-36 


Berkshire School 


025 


6th 


out of 27 teams in W. Mass. 




Meet - J.V. 


3rd out of 25 teams. 


N12 


Tie 


for 4th 


in Berkshire County 


Meet 








*Wins 






HOME MEETS 




# League 


Meets 





Coach Menin talks championship to 
junior-varsity team. Cheerleaders Julie 
Edelman and Elaine Wouri spur Johnny 
Ullrich with a couple spur-yells. Elbow 
pumping runners run the vociferous- 
spectators lap and head for the negative 
noise of the wood trail. 1969 CROSS 
COUNTRY TEAM (Kneeling): Donald 
Rossi, Daniel DuVall, James Coffman, 
Joseph Ullrich, William Milligan, Dale 
Van Deusen, John Ullrich, Carl Van Deusen, 
and William Gulotta. (Second Row): Law- 
rence Johnson, Brian Deland, David Weiss, 
Paul Milligan, EHiane Moulton, Edmund 
Tichenor, Arthur Batacchi, Richard Hardisty, 
David Hastedt, and Kent Milligan. (Back 
Row): Andrew Bangs, David Pedersen, 
David Rood, Richard Hutchins, William 
Turner, Paul Thorn, Delmor Tryon, Gary 
Driscoll, CO-CAPTAIN STANLEY COLLINS, 
William Simpson, Bruce Turner, and Patrick 
Kelly. (ABSENT): CO-CAPTAIN WAYNE 
DUNLOP, Eric Carlson, and Scott 
MacKenzie. 









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This year the Senior Class plans to present John 
Hasse' play Erasmus With Freckles, on April 16 
and 17. The whole three-act play takes place in the 
home of Professor Bob Leaf, which happens to be 
a ferry boat permanently moored in San Francisco 
Bay. The problem arises when Erasmus, his genius 
son, finds a mistake in the annual statement of the 
Bank of America. When the reporters, psychologists, 
bankers, and young people come to the ferry boat 
for a variety of reasons, the comedy and confusion 
begins. 

Erasmus With Freckles was chosen by the Senior 
Class and advisor-director Mr. Simanek because of 
the large cast — requiring ten major roles, twelve 
minor roles and some extras — and because of the 
amusing nature of the play. 





Principal Characters 


Bob Leaf 


a young professor 


Erasmus 


his problem child 


Pandy 


his older daughter 


Cissy 


his younger daughter 


Mac 


a retired Navy man 


Abigail 


his sister 


Vina 


a pretty psychologist 


Miss Ryan 


a reporter 


Miss Coria 


a secretary 


Al Hodkins 


a computer expert 





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TOP, TOP TO BOTTOM: Steven Ouelette, Willard 
Curtis, David Dempsey, Timothy Drumm, Frank 
Rosier, Clement Robins, Hugo Castro, Jared Thomson, 
Debra Turner, Susan Hankey, Denise Gustafson, 
Noreen Eichstedt, Patricia Brazie, Deborah Burnham, 
Joyce Farnum, Susan Hinman, Susan Turner, Denise 
Ball, Donna Turner, Holly Delmolino, Elizabeth Tryon, 
Karen Merritt, Kathleen MacDonald, Virginia 
Everidge, Deborah Fletcher, Robin Bower. 
MIDDLE, TOP TO BOTTOM: Thomas Race, 
Alphonso Johnson, Terrance Carson, Donald 
Campbell, David Rood, John Hankey, Peter Driscoll, 
Daniel Macy, Frank Montgomery, Kevin Curtis, Paul 
Pedersen, Charles L'Hommedieu, Carl Van Deusen, 
Dennis Rollins, Gail Granger, Mary Jane Stevens, 
Melissa Scholz, Arvilla Trag, Susan Bynach, Michelle 
Ives, Karen Ryder, Elaine Wuori, Deborah Milligan, 
Ruth Pedersen, Nancy Dupont, Julianne Edelman, 
Jo- Anne Real, Anita Hutchins. 

BOTTOM, TOP TO BOTTOM: Donald Peck, Peter 
Shuts, Reiner White, Richard Barth, Friedrich Moore, 
Stephen Hastedt, John Shoenfeld, Stanley Gracyk, 
Mark Bullard, Bradley Wilson, Michael Harrigan, 
Daniel Miller, Shawn Samuels, Brian Kelly, Geoffrey 
Piper, Jay Amidon, George Ullrich, Annemarie 
Eggenberger, Theodora Chase, Jean Koneazny, Rene 
Wyman, Eleanor Sarno, Dawn Agar, Lynn O'Brien, 
Helen Farnum, Nancy Malnati, Debra Boardman, 
Donna Bachetti, Sharon Artz, Cathy Kirchner, Elaine 
Martin. 



CLASS OFHCERS: Jeffrey Stover (President), James 

Blodgett (Vice President), Marylee Lopez (Secretary), 

Cathy Chapin (Treasurer), Brian Real (Student 

Council). 

ABSENT: Adrienne O'Connell, Carrie L'Hommedieu, 

Louise Byrne, Deborah Fletcher, Nancy Malnati, 

Annette Merola, Peter Newey, Patricia Nott. 



intartl 



TOP, TOP TO BOTTOM: Leigh Tryon, Richard 
Sellew, Roger Tryon, Anthony Ullrich, Stephen 
Morris, James Coffman, Duane Moulton, Delmor 
Tryon, David Hastedt, Paul Pixley, Mark Van Horn, 
Paul Milligan, Kurt Langenback, Lawrence O'Brien, 
Steven Cronk, John Clouser, Dawn Samuels, Sherry 
Cook, Patricia Cassidy, Judith Rawling, Jenifer Lipsky, 
Dona Wheeler, Bonnie Francis, Mary Ella 
Crawford, Cheryl Hewins, Judith Marion, Donna 
Brallier, Margaret Burnett, Elisabeth Cary, Susan 
Martin, Kathleen Byrne, Sherry Candee. 
MIDDLE, TOP TO BOTTOM: James Olmsted, 
Glendon Bower, Joseph Carr, Mark Summers, Kevin 
Shortis, Christopher Beattie, Dominick Dombrowski, 
David Paul, Steven Shmulsky, Peter Chase, Brian Rote, 
Eric McCarthy, John Jasman, Michael Rood, Gavin 
Egerton, Barry Ball, Charles Ball, Roger Abbott, Karl 
Liebsch, Chris Aaskov, Thomas Curtiss. 
BOTTOM, TOP TO BOTTOM:. Lawrence Jones, 
Bruce Turner, Douglas Lyman, Scott Davis, James 
Gower, Eric Carlson, William Nichols, Mark Trocchi, 
Thomas Packlick, Jeffrey Harvey, Johann Sierau, 
Gilbert Malnati, Niel Lidstone, Robert Law, Peter 
Tucker, Scott MacKenzie, Michael Gulotta, John 
Sellew, Rex Judkins, Jenny Merritt, Geraldine 
Benjamin, Jennie Fink, Bonnie Beckwith, Holly Curtis, 
Ruth Carter, Dale Jenssen, Margaret Egerton, Deborah 
Lewis, Kathy Mielke, Virginia Boughton, Elizabeth 
McKinstry, Diane Fratalone, Kim Marchione, Nancy 
Lacerra. 



CLASS OFFICERS: Robin Schoonmaker (President), 
William Bender (Vice President), Marcia Wuori 
(Secretary), Regina Silk (Treasurer), Sharon Ryder 
(Student Council), Daniel DuVall (Student Council). 
(Absent) Timothy Briggs, Peter Cassidy, Lane Farnum, 
Robert Frederick, Jean Gingras, George Masse, Daniel 
Shmulsky, John Stanton, Larry Stevens, Gary White. 




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TOP, TOP TO BOTTOM: Clarence Wheeler, Paul Thorn, Brook 
Walsh, Patrick Moore, Dennis Buckley, William Gulotta, Floyd 
Clouser, David Stevens, Anthony Cavalier, Matthew Clark, Timothy 
Zucco, William West, Kris Martin, Mark Bachetti, David Macy, 
Richard Hardisty, Stacey Brandt, Jane Schoenfeld, Airlie Wheeler, 
Martha Shuts, Betsy Whisenant, Mary Welch, Mary Ellen 
Dombrowski, Anne Saunders, Debra Caldwell, Candy Judkins, 
Susan McNamara, Debrah Hankey, Marsha Johnson. 

MIDDLE TOP TO BOTTOM: John Cook, Robert Emberlin, Jack 
Anderson, David Irvine, David Pedersen, Edmund Tichenor, Gary 
Driscoll, Eugene Phillips, Peter Delmolino, Arthur Batacchi, Richard 
Hatch, Robert Nilson, Charles Machia, Kingdon Hunt, Emelyn Harp, 
Christine Rahm, Ellen Carter, Debra Gregory, Linda Briggs, Shelley 
L'Hommedieu, Dolores Heath, Nancy Pasche, Lucille Cappadona, 



Gloria Reeb, Patricia Salisbury, Judith Streeter, Nancy Gilmore, 
Laurie Riiska. 

BOTTOM, TOP TO BOTTOM: John Harvey, Wray Gunn, David 
Pshenishny, James Small, John Bailey, Robert Poirier, Bruce 
Consolini, Cathi Meyer, Louise Antony, Kristine Pekrul, Bonita 
"Watson, Deborah Dinan, Diane Salzmann, Claudia Allsop, Nancy 
Phillips, Barbara Phillips, Gretchen Bower, Renate Liebsch, Nancy 
Olmsted, Ann Carroll, Sherri Wyman, Anita Kaufmann. 
CLASS OFFICERS: Stanley Collins (President), David Pedersen (Vice 
President), Patricia DeVoti (Secretary), John Gulotta (Treasurer), 
Timothy Harrigan, and Julie MacDonald (Student Council). 
ABSENT: Dianne Day, Sharon Gleason, James Johnston, Stanley 
Jurczak, Madeleine Robins, Ronald Ruthel, Madelaine Smith, 
Marguerite Smith, Paul Van Deusen. 




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LEO D. ALVARES, Fordham University - B.S,; English; 5BTA Steer- 
ing Committee, SBTA Negotiating Team, SB7 A Vice-president, 
JAYNE M. ARMSTRONG, University of Connecticut - B.S.; Short- 
hand 1, Typing II. PATRICIA A, BEAUMONT, University of Mas- 
sachusetts — B.S.; Physical Education; Field Hockey, Basketball, Soft- 
ball, Intramurals 5-12. PAMELA BOSWORTH, Reming College - 
A, A,; Physical Education Aide MARCIA E BROLLI, Colby ColleRe 
- B.A.; English 9-10. SHEILAH S, CAMPBELL, University of Bridge- 
port - B.A,; Social Studies, RAYMOND R, CHAMBERLAND, JR., 
University of Notre Dame - A.B,, Science; Assistant Supervising 
Principal, Director of Adult Education Director of Athletics, Coordi- 
nator of a Vocational Education. ALICE R. CHAPMAN, University of 
MinnesoU - B.A.; English, THOMAS A, CONSOLATL St, Amb- 
rose College - B.A,; Loyola University - MEd,; US. History; Guid- 
ance Counselor, Vocational Counselor, Freshman Class Advisor, 
SBTA Secretary, PAUL R CORBETT, Fordham University - B.S.; 
Bookkeeping, Business Law, General Business, Typing, Golf Club, 
Public Relations Club. ROBERT L, A COTE, St Anselm's College - 
A,B,, French, SBTA Steering Committee, Language Lab Advisor, 
EDGAR. L. DAVIS Colby College - B,A., University of Massachu- 
setts - M.Ed.; Contemporary American Literature, English; Chess 
Club, SBTA Steering Committee, SBTA Negotiatirf Team, Senior 
Class Advisor, Yearbook Advisor ROBERT D DUCT^ARDT, Taylor 
University - B.S,; Science; Football Assistant Coach. Basketball 7-8, 
J.V. Baseball Coach, ROBERT L, DUNHAM, University of Maine - 



B.S.; Pre-AIgebra, Geometry, Illinois Math 2, 3, JOHN W. ELiNE, 
University of Maryland — B.S ; Physical Science, Chemistry,, Senior 
Science; Junior Class Advisor, SBTA Steering Committee. BERNARD 
J. FRYC, North Adams State College - B.S,; Conference Groups 7-8, 
Boys Sports 7-8. ROBERT M. GAUTHIER, St. Anselm's College - 
A.B.; Civics, Economics; Student Council Advisor, Varsity Baseball 
Coach. HAROLD E. HALLIDAY, University of Maine - B,S.; Physi- 
cal Education, Health Education; Varsity Football Coach, Varsity 
Basketball Coach. JAMES C. HERLIHY, American International Col- 
lege — B.A., M.A., University of Connecticut — C.AG.S.; Social Stu- 
dies 7; SBTA Steering Committee, SBTA Negotiating Team Chair- 
man. WAYNE A. JOSEPH, Emerson College - B.S.; Speech Therap- 
ist. JOSEPH L. KELLEY, Merrimack College - B.A,, North Adams 
State College — M.Ed.; Biology, Senior Science; Senior Class Advi- 
sor, Assistant Football Coacn, SBTA President, SBTA Steering 
Committee. PHYLLIS L. LARKIN, Simmons College - B,S.; Home 
Economics; Sewing Club, Cooking Club. LINDA }. LEWIS, Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts — B.A-; French; Cheerleading Advisor, Sopho- 
more Class Advisor, WILLL\M J. McDERMOTT, Howard Payne - 
B.A.; Physical Educahon 5-12; JV. Basketball Coach, Boys' Sports. 
ELLEN McPEAK, Canisius College; Social Studies, Math. PAUL A. 
MENIN, University of Massachusetts - B.A.; World History, U.S. 
History, Modern European History; Cross Country Coach, Wrestling 
Advisor, Driver's Ed. Advisor, Judo Advisor, Spring Track Advisor. 
HOLGER D. OLEEN, New York University - B.S.; Physics, Algebra 
H, Basic Electricity; Science Club. GRACE J. PEDER5EN, Pace Col- 
lege; Typing; Guidance Secretary. JOHN C PERON, Hartwick Col- 
lege - B.A,; French, Spanish. DAVID W. POTTLE, North Adams 
State College — B.A.; U.S. History 8, Behavioral Science; Guidance 
Counselor; International Fellowship Advisor, LILLIAN E. PREISS, 
Radcliffe, North Adams State College — B.A.; English; Guidance 
Counselor, Aurigan Bowl Advisor, Junior Tea Advisor, Educational 
Testing Service Supervisor, SBTA Scholarship Chairman. DAVID E. 
PRESTON, Lowell Technological Institute - BS.; lunior High Sci- 
ence; Ski Team Advisor, Seventh Grade Class Advisor. VIRGINIA A, 
RAWLING, Green Mountain Junior College — A, A,; Physical Educa- 
tion Aide; Girls' Basketball Assistant. BARBARA B. RHOADES, 
University of Massachusetts - B.S.; English; National Honor Society 
Advisor, Newspaper Advisor, ELEANOR M. ROONEY, North 
Adams State College — BS., University of Hartford - MEd ; Confer- 
ence Group 8. EMILIE L. RUTLEDGE, Connecticut College - B.A.; 
Cornell University - M.A., Librarian; Student Library Assistants 
Advisor, ARTHUR D. RUTSTEIN, University of Vermont - B,A.; 
World History, US. History. HARRV H SANCX JR , Keene State 
College — B.Ed,; Industrial Arts; Driver's Education Advisor BETH 
R. SAUER, Bates College - A,B,; Mathematics; Junior High Girls' 
Sports. MARTIN C SAUER, Bates College - B.S.; Central Connecti- 
cut State College - MEd.; Mathematics; Cross Country Coach. 
WELLES H, SELLEW, JR.. Colgate University; Building Structures, 
Shop Advisor, JAMES A. SHIMINSKI, Fitchburg State College - 
B.5.; North Adams State College — MEd.; Faculty Forum, Assistant 
Supervising Principal, Vocational Education Coordinator, Student 
Activities. EDWARD L SIMANEK, Pennsylvania State University - 
B.S,, MEd,; Art; Senior Class Play Advisor, Art Club, Art Aides. 
JANICE L. STORTl, Westfield State College - BS.; English. Prob- 
lems of Democracy, Freshman Class Advisor, Conference Groups 
7-8. ALBERT J. TROCCHl, Bates College - A.B ; North Adorns State 
College — M Ed.; Mathematics, Mount Everett Regu>nal School Su- 
pervising Principal; Berkshire County Principals Association. LEA S. 
VACHC)N, Kings College - B.A,. Boston University of Social Work 
- MS,; School Adjustment Counselor MYRON WARTELLA, 
Mansfield State College - BS,, Music,; New England Conservatory 
of Music — MM.; General Music, Music Appreciation, Music 
Theory; Concert Band, Marching Band, Stage Band, Concert Choir, 



47 






On the morning of January 22, 1970, the temperature outside was well below zero. 
Inside it wasn't much warmer. The furnace was out and cold was in. Students 
waited in the auditorium for the school to warm up. Pictured — left top: Melissa 
Scholz, Marylee Lopez, Adrienne O'Connell, Mary Jane Stevens. Middle: Sherri 
Wyman, Madelaine Smith. Bottom: Kent Milligan, Bill Simpson, Keith Fletcher, 
Mike Merritt. Above: Arme Saunders. Above right: The student-filled bleachers. 
Bottom: The crowded gymnasium floor. 




Compliments of 

Triangle Milk Route 

New Marlboro, Mass. 



Dwight Ford's Garage, 



Inc. 

Main Street 
Sheffield, Mass. 



Compliments of 

Bachelors 4 

Ruf - Craig - VVally - Don 



Compliments of 

State Line Package 
Store 







Sheffield Pottery 



Sheffield, Mass, 
Marie and Joseph Cowen 



Compliments of 

Wally's Trucking 

Sheffield, Mass. 



Best Wishes to the Class of '70 

Ted's Smoke Shop 



.ompliments of 

Harrington Food 
Center 











SKI TEAM: Advisor - Mr. 
Preston. The Ski Team operates 
on a semi-formal basis, practicing 
three days a week. Under the 
instruction of Jim Day, head of 
Jug End Ski School, the members 
improve their racing techniques. 
Pre-season exercises, racing drills, 
and time trials improve the team's 
skiing abilities. PCITURED - 
FAR LEFT TOP: John Olinski; 
MIDDLE: David Pedersen; 
BOTTOM: Bobby Law; TEAM 
PICTURE: Jean Chapin, Russ 
Rawlings, Bobby Law, Marcia 
Packlick, Coach Preston, Brooke 
Carton, David Pedersen, Paul 
Thorn, John Olinski, and Ruth 
Pedersen; Russ Rawling; Jean 
Chapin; Brooke Carton. TOP 
MIDDLE: Paul Thorn; Marcia 
Packlick; team in downhill 
position. Not Pictured — Dicky 
MacDonald, Rex Judkins, Valerie 
Glanville, Susan Whisenant, and 
Betsy Whisenant. 







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Above: Susan Riiska pitches riiskaly. Louise Antony takes advantage 
of opponents who can't catch the ball. Home-run-hitter Claudia All- 
sop wallops the ball again. 

Softball Team: Claudia Allsop, Louise Antony, Mindy Brooks, Lucy 
Cappadona, Pat Cassidy, Dianne Day, Pat DeVoti, Nancy Duryea, 
Ingrid Ives, Dale Jenssen, Marsha Johnson, Carole Maghery, Susan 
McNamara, Lynne O'Connell, Judy Rawling, Susan Riiska, Anne 
Saunders, Judy Streeter, Bonnie Walsh. Managers: Sally Turner, 
Mary Jane Anderson, Jenny Merritt. 





1969 Softball Schedule 




M6 


*21-9 


HUDSON 


M13 


21-26 


Chatham 


M22 


* 14-10 


Lenox 


M27 


* 7-1 


OCKAWAMICK 


M29 


*12-1 


LENOX 


J3 


9-16 


Germantown 


J5 


*39-9 


Roe Jan 


*Wins 






HOME GAMES 








G.A.A. FIELD HOCKEY TEAM: Debbie Hankey, Shelley L'Homme- 
dieu, MARCIA PACKLICK - CO-CAPTAIN, Jean Chapin, Pat 
Salisbury, Julie MacDonald, Judy Rawling, Joarme Bangs, Nancy 
Duryea, Sharon Ryder, LYNNE O'CONNELL - CO-CAPTAIN, Judy' 
Streeter, Jenny Merritt. 




1970 GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM (Kneeling): Cathy Chapin, 
Jo-Anne Real, Regina Silk, Nancy Duryea, Karen Ryder, Michelle 
Ives, Debbie Milligan, Pat Brazie, Cathy Kirchner, Liz Tryon. 
(Standing): Sherry Cook, Elaine Wuori, Dale Jenssen, Judy Rawling, 
Dianne Day, ROBIN SCHOONMAKER - CAPTAIN, Sue Pinkava, 
Claudia Allsop, Marcia Wuori, Judy Streeter, and Pat Salisbury. Not 
pictured: Jennie Fink, Marsha Johnson, Mary-Jane Stevens, and 
managers Airlie Wheeler and Dona Wheeler. CENTER: Debbie 
Milligan, member of first team, during warm-ups. RIGHT: Coach 
Beaumont coaches both first and second team — here in huddle with 
members of the second team. 



1970 GAA BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 



J23 


*35-27 


J27 


*40-19 


J30 


*23-22 


F3 


*41-22 


F6 


17-33 


FlO 


*48-20 


Fiy 
Fl/ 




F19 




F24 




F27 





Windsor Mountain 

Chatham 

LEE 

Roe Jan 

Lenox 

WINDSOR MOUNTAIN 

Lee 

HUDSON 

Icabod Crane 

OCKAWAMIC 

LENOX 




S30 
O 6 
015 
022 



1969 Field Hockey Schedule 


023 


0-7 Germantown 


028 


*l-0 NEW LEBANON 


*Wins 


*4-l CHATHAM 


HOME GAMES 


*2-l HUDSON 





'2-1 
0-1 



OCKAWAMICK 
Roe Jan 



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Duane Moulton (Photograph by Jean Chapin) 




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Pat Mielke (Photograph by Marcia Packlick) 





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Elizabeth D. Q\urch 

Anthony W. Bitterman 

Donenico Macchi 

E. Cahgari and Sons 

Catherine's Chocolate Shop 

Vincent C. Sawyer 

Albert J. Phoenix 

Harry Deykin 

Mr. and Mrs. James Zucco 

Collin's Diner 

Roll Mintz 

James Law 

Margaret M. Noon 

John Vorellos 

Herbert Moskowitz 

Mildred C. LaBarbera 

J and J Luncheonette 

Rose M. Zilka 

Mr. and Mrs. Correll C. Chapin 

Patricia A. Beaumont 

Dr. John E. Hassett 

Bruno Bachetti 

Carl and Eva Jespersen 

George Killilbrock, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Adams 

Mrs. Jennie A. Louison 

Grandmother 

Ed Bock 



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FRONT ROW: Wayne Gunn, 
Bruce Palmer, David Weiss, 
Gary Famum, Brian Coons, 
Dale Van Deusen, Joe Ullrich, 
Dennis Mintz, Gary Carlson. 
BACK ROW: Coach 
Duchardt, Rick Hall, Carl 
Zinnerman, Danny Maghery, 
Gary Pshenishny, Jeffrey 
Tragg, John Cowen, Bobby 
Patterson, Steve Phillips, Keith 
Hastedt, Randy Shaw. NOT 
PICTURED: Chuck Judkins, 
Tim Fink, John Zimboski, 
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LOST AND FOUND: Some parents have called up the school this 
year, complaining about their children's clothes being stolen. A rather 
large collection of clothing found throughout the school was displayed 
temporarily on the stage to show parents and students that more 
clothing is being misplaced than stolen. (Student in foreground: Chris 
Heddleson and Marlene Warner.) 



U. S. AND WORLD HISTORY BOWL; LEFT TABLE: David 
Hastedt, Sharon Ryder, Gilbert Malnatt, Robin Schoonmaker. 
CENTER: Mr. Rutstein. RIGHT TABLE: Tom Packlick, 
Margaret Burnett, Regina Silk, Paul Milligan. A take off on the 
"College Bowl," the U. S. and World History Bowl combines 
practical knowledge and experience with the excitement of 
competition. 



The building structures program at Mount Everett is the only one 
of its kind run by a regional school in Berkshire County. The program 
is set up so that participants who may begin in their sophomore year 
will have a chance to build three houses by the time they are sen- 
iors. After three years in the program, 
they will have been exposed to car- 
pentry, masonry, plumbing, and wir- 
ing, under the direction of Mr. 
Welles Sellew and local professional 
contractors. The houses (they are pre- 
sently working on their fifth) are sold 
for the price of the materials used. 
Mount Everett Lumber Company 
sponsors the program which prepares 
Mount Everett students for work in 
the construction fields. 



Building Structures Participants: Roger Abbott, Barry Ball, Charles 
Ball, Floyd Clouser, Leon Eichstedt, Edward Famum, Frank Gallo, 
Phillip Handlowich, James Johnston, Stanley Jurczak, Kurt 
Langenback, Edward Machia, George Masse, James Olmsted, 
Michael Rood, John Stanton, Larry Stevens, William Touponce, 
William West, Gary White. 




Joanne Bangs, calendar editor of the 1970 Aurigan, saved 
newspapers in order to record the events from March, 1969, 
to February, 1970, for the calendar on pages 58 and 59. 



Marguerite Smith and Sherri Wyman converse during activity study hall 
in Room 20. A change in the dress code during the fall permitted the girls 
to wear either pants or skirts in school. 



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MARCH 2 (Sun.) — President Nixon confers with the United States 

and South Vietnamese delegations to the Paris Peace Talks. 
MARCH 3 (Mon.) — Sirhan B. Sirhan confesses in court that he 

murdered New York Senator Robert Kennedy on June 5, 1968. 
MARCH 8 (Sat.) — Israeli and Egyptian forces on the Suez Canal 

engage in heavy fighting for the first time in over AV2 months. 
MARCH 10 (Mon.) — James Earl Ray is sentenced to serve 99 years 
in prison after pleading guilty to charges of murdering civil rights 
leader Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 4, 1968. 
MARCH 13 (Thr.) — The Senate ratifies a treaty to prevent the 

spread of nuclear weapons. 
MARCH 23 (Sun.) — President Nixon meets with advisors to discuss 

the Vietnam situation. 
MARCH 25 (Tue.) — South Vietnamese president Nguyen Van 
Thieu declares that his government is prepared to open private 
talks with the Viet Cong. 
MARCH 28 (Fri.) — Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower dies at 

the age of 78. 
MARCH 31 (Mon.) — The funeral of Dwight Eisenhower takes place 

in Washington, D. C. 
APRIL 1 (Tue.) — President Nixon talks separately with the leaders 

of twelve foreign countries. 
APRIL 2 (Wed.) — Twenty-one Black Panthers are indicted on 
charges of conspiring to dynamite New York City department 
stores and to kill policemen. 
APRIL 3 (Thr.) - The death toll of the Viehiam War excells that o'' 

the Korean War. 
APRIL 4 (Fri.) - GOOD FRIDAY. SCHOOL IS DISMISSED AT 

NOON. 
APRIL 6 (Sun.) - EASTER SUNDAY 
APRIL 8 (Tue.) — Emergency repairs are planned for the Lake 

Garfield dam. 
APRIL 14 (Mon.) — A study released by the Office of Economic 
Opportunity discloses that children who attend Head Start classes 
did not achieve higher than those who did not. 
APRIL 15 (Tue.) — North Korea declares that she has shot down a 
United States Navy electronics intelligence plane with a crew of 
thirty-one men. 
APRIL 18 (Fri.) - SCHOOL CLOSES FOR SPRING VACATION. 
APRIL 23 (Wed.) — Sirhan B. Sirhan is found guilty of murder in the 
first degree of Senator Robert Kennedy and is condemned to die 
in the gas chamber. 
APRIL 29 (Mon.) - SCHOOL REOPENS FOLLOWING SPRING 

VACATION. 
MAY 1 (Thr.) — The traditional May Day Parade in the Soviet 
Union has no military exhibits for the first time since World War 
II. 
MAY 6 (Tue.) — Navy Secretary John H. Chafee announces that no 
disciplinary action will be taken against any members of the 
Pueblo crew. 
MAY 8 (Thr.) — The Viet Cong Paris delegation presents a ten-point 
peace program calling for the unconditional unijateral withdrawal 
of United States forces, free elections, and an eventual coalition 
government in South Vietnam. 
MAY 11 (Sun.) — New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller flys to 

Mexico to start a fact-finding mission in Latin America. 
MAY 12 (Mon.) — President Nixon confers with General Creighton 

Abrams, commander of United States forces in Vietnam. 
MAY 13 (Tue.) — President Nixon asks Congress to set up a lottery 
to replace the current system of selecting draftees for military ser- 
vice. 
MAY 14 (Wed.) — Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas resigns. 
MAY 15 (Thr.) — f^enry Cabot Lodge takes President Nixon's 

eight-point peace offer to the Paris Peace Talks. 
MAY 18 (Sun.) — The Apollo 10 spacecraft is launched toward the 

moon with three spacemen aboard. 
MAY 21 (Wed.) — Warren Burger is announced as President Nixon's 

choice for Supreme Court Chief Justice. 
MAY 22 (Thr.) - THE SOUTHERN BERKSHIRE REGIONAL 
SCHOOL COMMITTEE AGREES TO HAVE BOTH A SPEAKER 
AND A FOLKSINGER AT GRADUATION. 
MAY 26 (Mon.) - MEMORIAL DAY. NO SCHOOL. The Apollo 

astronauts land safely and accurately. 
MAY 29 (Thr.) — John F. Kennedy's birthplace in Brookline, Massa- 
chusetts, is opened as a National Shrine. 
MAY 30 (Fri.) - YEARBOOK DANCE. 
JUNE 2 (Mon.) — The United States destroyer Frank E. Evans col- 



lides with the Australian carrier Melbourne, and seventy-four 
American lives are lost. 

JUNE 6 (Fri.) - THE JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM, SAYONARA, IS 
HELD AT MOUNT EVERETT. 

JUNE 9 (Mon.) — President Nixon announces that 25,000 men are to 
come home from Vietnam. 

JUNE 10 (Tue.) — Warren Burger is confirmed by the Senate for the 
position of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. 

JUNE 12 (Thr.) - SENIOR CLASS NIGHT IS HELD AT MOUNT 
EVERETT. 

JUNE 13 (Fri.) - SEVENTY-FOUR SENIORS GRADUATE FROM 
MOUNT EVERETT. 

JUNE 15 (Sun.) — Georges Pompidou is elected president of France. 

JUNE 19 (Thr.) - THE AWARDS DAY PROGRAM IS HELD. MR. 
CHAMBERLAND RESIGNS AS BASKETBALL COACH. 

JUNE 20 (Fri.) - SCHOOL CLOSES AT NOON FOR THE SUM- 
MER. 

JUNE 22 (Sun.) — Judy Garland dies in London. 

JUNE 23 (Mon.) — Warren Burger is sworn in as the Chief Justice of 
the Supreme Court. 

JUNE 26 (Thr.) — The Nixon Administration proposes a ban on 
voter literacy tests and state residency requirements for presiden- 
tial elections. 

JUNE 27 (Fri.) — Dr. John Knowles is rejected as a nominee for the 
nation's top health office. 

JUNE 30 (Mon.) - SUMMER SCHOOL BEGINS. President Nixon 
plans a world trip. 

JULY 1 (Tue.) — The investiture of Prince Charles takes place. 

JULY 4 (Fri.) - INDEPENDENCE DAY. 

JULY 8 (Tue.) — The first United States troops to be pulled out of 
Vietnam are brought home. 

JULY 9 (Wed.) - A divided Senate begins the debate on the A.B.M. 
system. 

JULY 14 (Mon.) — The Soviet Union launches an unmanned space- 
ship for the moon. 

JULY 16 (Wed.) - Apollo 11 blasts off for the moon. 

JULY 17 (Thr.) — Apollo 11 passes the half way mark on its trip to 
the moon. 

JULY 19 (Sat.) — Apollo 11 reaches the moon's gravity. Senator 
Edward Kennedy is involved in an automible accident in which a 
Washington secretary, Mary Jo Kopechne, is killed. 

JULY 20 (Sun.) — Man lands on the moon. Neil Armstrong and Ed- 
win Aldrin are the first men to set foot on the moon. 

JULY 21 (Mon.) — Apollo leaves the moon. 

JULY 24 (Thr.) — Apollo 11 splashes down in the Pacific Ocean. 

JULY 25 (Fri.) — Senator Edward Kennedy pleads guilty to a charge 
of leaving the scene of an accident. He also appears on television 
to explain his actions and ponder resignation. 

JULY 26 (Sat.) — President Nixon visits the Philippines. 

JULY 28 (Mon.) - President Nixon visits Thailand. 

JULY 30 (Wed.) - The President visits South Vietnam. 

JULY 31 (Thr.) - The President visits India. 

AUGUST 1 (Fri.) - SUMMER SCHOOL ENDS. President Nixon 
visits Pakistan. 

AUGUST 2 (Sat.) — President Nixon visits Rumania. 

AUGUST 3 (Sun.) - The President returns to the United States, af- 
ter a stopover in England. 

AUGUST 6 (Wed.) - The Senate votes positively on the A.B.M. 

AUGUST 11 (Mon.) — The A.pollo 11 astronauts are released from 
quarantine. 

AUGUST 13 (Wed.) — America honors the Apollo 11 astronauts. 

AUGUST 17 (Sun.) - Dr. Philip Blaiberg, the world's longest living 
heart transplant patient, dies. 

AUGUST 18 (Mon.) — The Gulf Coast of America is ravaged by 
Hurricane Camille. President Nixon nominates Clement Haynes- 
worth to be an associate justice on the United States Supreme 
Court. 

AUGUST 21 (Thr.) — The anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Cze- 
choslovakia prompts demonstrations in Prague. The Blue Ridge 
area of the United States is hard hit by severe flooding. Art treas- 
ures are destroyed in a Jerusalem mosque fire. 

AUGUST 25 (Mon.) — The Massachusetts Legislature ends its work 
year after spending $2 billion. 

AUGUST 27 (Wed.) - Most of 25,000 troops are reported out of 
Vietnam. 

SEPTEMBER 1 (Mon.) - LABOR DAY. Racial violence flares in 
Hartford, Connecticut. 




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SEPTEMBER 2 (Tue.) - TEACHERS' WORKSHOP 

SEPTEMBER 3 (Wed.) - SCHOOL REOPENS. North Vietnamese 

leader Ho Chi Minh dies. 
SEPTEMBER 7 (Sun.) — Senate RepubUcan leader Everett Dirkson 

dies. 
SEPTEMBER 9 (Tue.) — Israeli aircraft and armor attack Egypt in the 

largest raid since the 1967 war. 
SEPTEMBER 14 (Sun.) - The S.S. ^Manhattan becomes the first 

commercial ship to negotiate the Northwest Passage to Alaska. 
SEPTEMBER 16 (Tue.) — President Nixon announces the withdrawal 

of an additional 35,000 men from Vietnam by December 15. 
SEPTEMBER 17 (Wed.) - A cutback in the number of draftees is 

indicated by Defense Secretary Melvin Laird. 
SEPTEMBER 24 (Wed.) - Hugh Scott is elected to the post of Sen- 
ate Republican leader. 
SEPTEMBER 25 (Thr.) - Israel's Prime Minister Golda Meir meets 

with President Nixon. 
SEPTEMBER 26 (Fri.) — A military junta takes over the Bolivian 

government. 
SEPTEMBER 28 (Sun.) — Social Democrats show a gain in West 

German elections. 
OCTOBER 4 (Sat.) - Red China tests the H-bomb. 
OCTOBER 7 (Tue.) - The United States and the Soviet Union draft 

a treaty to ban nuclear weapons. 
OCTOBER 9 (Thr.) — The Senate Judiciary Committee approves the 

nomination of Clement Haynesworth to the Supreme Court. 
OCTOBER 10 (Fri.) - CLASSES ARE DISRUPTED, AS MOUNT 

EVERETT RECEIVES A TELEPHONED BOMB THREAT. THE 

EIGHTH GRADE DANCE - "TRACES OF LOVE." 
OCTOBER 13 (Mon.) - COLUMBUS DAY. NO SCHOOL. 
OCTOBER 15 (Wed.) - Vietnam War Moratorium Day. 
OCTOBER 17 (Fri.) - THE JUNIOR DANCE. 
OCTOBER 18 (Sat.) - The W. B. E. DuBois Memorial is dedicated 

in Great Barrington. Julian Bond is the featured speaker. 
OCTOBER 25 (Fri.) - TEACHERS' CONVENTION. NO SCHOOL. 
OCTOBER 27 (Mon.) - AN ARSONIST STARTS A FIRE IN THE 

SCHOOL OVER THE WEEKEND, LITTLE DAMAGE WAS 

DOrNfE. The General Electric union goes on strike. 
OCTOBER 29 (Wed.) - Saigon frees eighty-eight P.O.W.'s. 
OCTOBER 31 (Fri.) — A hijacker takes a plane from California to 

Italy, for the longest hijacking ever. 
NOVEMBER 3 (Mon.) - CLASSES AT MOUNT EVERETT ARE 

DISRUPTED BY ANOTHER BOMB SCARE. President Nixon tells 

of his plans to end the war with an "orderly scheduled time 



table 
NOVEMBER 10 (Mon 

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NOVEMBER 11 (Tue.) 
NOVEMBER 13 (Thr.) 
NOVEMBER 14 (Fri.) 

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- VETERANS' DAY. NO SCHOOL. 

- A three-day nationwide war protest begins. 

- REPORT CARDS ARE ISSUED. SENIOR 
"CHAINS." Apollo 12 is launched toward the moon. 
15 (Sat.) — The largest war protest in United States 



history takes place in Washington, D. C. 

NOVEMBER 18 (Tue.) - STANLEY COLLINS AND DAVID PED- 
ERSEN DEFEAT ERNEST LOUISON AND JAMES EDELMAN IN 
THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY ELECTION. Apollo 12 
circles the moon in a perfect orbit. Former ambassador Joseph 
Kennedy dies at the age of 81. 

NOVEMBER 19 (Wed.) - Astronauts Conrad and Bean take a four 
hour "moon walk." 

NOVEMBER 20 (Thr.> - Apollo 12 heads for home. 

NOVEMBER 21 (Fri.) - SEVENTH GRADE DANCE - "CRYSTAL 
BLUE PERSUASION." The nomination of Clement Haynesworth 
for the Supreme Court is rejected by the Senate. 

NOVEMBER 24 (Mon.) - Apollo 12 splashes down in the Pacific. 

NOVEMBER 26 (Wed.) - SCHOOL CLOSES AT NOON FOR THE 
THANKSGIVING RECESS. President Nixon signs a draft lottery 
into operation. 

NOVEMBER 27 (Thr.) - THANKSGIVING. 

DECEMBER 1 (Mon.) - The first annual draft lottery is held. 

DECEMBER 6 (Sat.) - SENIORS TAKE S. A. T.'S AND ACHIEVE- 
MENT TESTS. 

DECEMBER 12 (Fri.) - JANE SCHOENFELD IS ELECTED EDITOR- 
IN-CHIEF OF THE 1971 AURIGAN; NANCY PASCHE BECOMES 
EXECUTIVE EDITOR. 

DECEMBER 16 (Tue.) — Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird an- 
nounces a ten percent reduction in draft calls for the next year. 



DECEMBER 22 (Mon.) - The United States and the Soviet Union 
agree to full-scale arms talks beginning April 16 in Vienna. 

DECEMBER 23 (Tue.) - CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY. SCHOOL 
CLOSES AT NOON FOR THE HOLIDAYS. 

DECEMBER 25 (Thr.) - CHRISTMAS. 

DECEMBER 26 (Fri.) — The season's worst snow storm hits Berk- 
shire County. Vice-President Agnew leaves on a ten nation tour. 

DECEMBER 30 (Tue.) - THE CHRISTMAS DANCE IS POST- 
PONED. 

JANUARY 1 (Thr.) - NEW YEAR'S DAY. 

JANUARY 5 (Mon.) - SCHOOL REOPENS. The inquest into the 
death of Mary Jo Kopechne, killed in July when she was a passen- 
ger in car driven by Senator Edward Kennedy, begins in Edgar- 
town, Massachusetts. 

JANUARY 6 (Tue.) — ■ United Mine Workers Union leader Joseph 
Yablonski and his wife and daughter are murdered in their home. 

JANUARY 8 (Thr.) — The Kennedy — Kopechne inquest ends. 

JANUARY 11 (Sun.) — Biafra surrenders to Nigeria, bringing to an 
end thirty months of fighting. 

JANUARY 13 (Tue.) — Josiah Spaulding announces his candidacy 
for the Senate seat held by Edward Kennedy. 

JANUARY 15 (Thr.) - The nation observes the birthday of the late 
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

JANUARY 19 (Mon.) - President Nixon nominates Federal Judge G. 
Harold Carswell to the Supreme Court. 

JANUARY 23 (Fri.) - President Nixon delivers his State of the 
Union message. 

JANUARY 26 (Mon.) - NO SCHOOL DUE TO WEATHER CON- 
DITIONS. 

JANUARY 27 (Tue.) - England's Prime Minister Harold Wilson is 
welcomed the United States. 

JANUARY 30 (Fri.) - REPORT CARDS ARE ISSUED. The General 
Electric strike is reported near an end. 

FEBRUARY 2 (Mon.) - Philosopher Bertrand Russell dies in Wales 
at the age of 97. 

FEBRUARY 4 (Wed.) - NO SCHOOL DUE TO WEATHER CON- 
DITIONS. The strike against the General Electric ends officially. 

FEBRUARY 6 (Fri.) — Senator Fred Harris resigns as chairman of the 
Democratic party. 



Friday, February 13 - Final Yearbook Deadline. PICTURED: 1970 
AURIGAN Executive Committee. SEATED: Chris Salzmann 
(coordinator), Marcia Packlick (editor-in-chief), Jean Chapin (features 
editor). STANDING: James Stevens (co-photography editor), Lynne 
O'Connell (executive editor), Russell Rawling (co-photography 
editor). 



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The International Fellowship Student Exchange Program has func- 
tioned at Mount Everett for five years. Not only do foreign students 
(mostly Latin American or South American) visit the United States, 
but students from the United States also visit foreign countries. 

Carole Maghery visited Mexico City for three months last summer. 
This year's exchange student to Mount Everett is Maria Elena Velloso 
from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is staying at the home of Mr. and 
Mrs. Herbert Salisbury in Ashley Falls. Maria hopes to major in 
psychology in college when she graduates from high school. 





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Residentail and Commercial 

Excavating and Grading 

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Riding Equipment 

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TOP ROW: 1970 AURIGAN; Editor- 
in-Chief — Marcia Packlick, Executive 
Editor- LynneO'Connell, Coordinator 
-Christine Salzmann. 1971 AURIGAN; 
Editor-in-Chief - Jane Schoenfeld, 
Executive Editor — Nancy Pasche. 
Western District Band - Louise 
Antony. BOTTOM ROW: Student 
Government Day Representative — 
Stanley Collins. Senate Youth Program 
Candidate — David Pedersen. Boys' 
State Representatives — Frederick 
Smith and Ernest Louison. 



Jenifer House 

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Distinctive Gits 

China, Glass, Dinnerware, Lamps, 

Decorative Accessories, Woodenware, 

Pewter, Early American Furrtiture 

Stockbridge Road 

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SENIOR CLASS OFHCERS 
CRAIG ELLIOTT - 

PRESIDENT 
JAMES EDELMAN - 

VICE PRESIDENT 
CHRISTINE SALZMANN - 

SECRETARY 
CANDICE LEINING - 

TREASURER 
SALLY TURNER - 

STUDENT COUNCIL 
ERNEST LOUISON - 

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THE GEORGE T. MAY ART COLLECTION: a collection of paintings dedicated to the n\emory of 
George T. May, art director for the Southern Berkshire Regional School District from 1956 to 1968. 
Paintings below are (far left) "Ditte" by Stanley Phillips, (upper left) landscape by Alice Warren, (left 
middle) "Boston Skyline — 1968" by Margaret Philbrick, drawing of Robert Frost by Otis Philbrick, 
(lower middle) pep band by Mr. May, (upper right) baslcetball game by Mr. May, and (lower right) two 
boys fishing by Bruce MacDonald. The George T. May Art Collection committee chairman: Mr. Leo D. 
Alvares. 




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Pictures clockwise from Mr. Wartella — 
RUTES AND SAXOPHONES: Jane 
Crawford, Deborah Milligan, Melissa 
Scholz, Louise Antony, Ann Turner, Bill 
Gulotta, Judy Rawling, Bruce Palmer, 
Susan Whisenant, Elaine Martin, Lisa 
Milligan, Joanne Real. LOWER BRASS: 
David Lewis, EXiane Moulton, Lyman 
Thomson, Cathy Chapin, Jeff Stover, 
Pam Bock, Bruce Turner, Bill Turner, 
David Dempsey. CLARINETS: Peter 
Brown, Dianne Fratalone, Airlie Wheeler, 
Julie Markham, David Edelman, Nancy 
Malnati, Gilbert Malnati, Gary Driscoll, 
Mark Bullard, Geoff Piper, Mary Jane 
Stevens, Karen Ryder, Deborah Dellert, 
Chris Chase, George Ullrich. STAGE 
BAND: Richard Hall, Roger Abbott, Fred 
Glanville, Susan Whisenant, Louise 
Antony, Airlie Wheeler, Bruce Palmer, 
Judy Rawling, Bill Gulotta, David 
Dempsey, Pam Bock, Bill Turner, Jeff 
Stover, Cathy Chapin, David Pedersen, 
Paul Milligan, Ernie Louison, Mark 
Trocchi, John Gulotta.. TRUMPETS: 
Joseph Ullrich, Andy Piper, Richard Hall, 
Roger Abbott, Fred Glanville, Daniel 
Miller, Paul Milligan, Timothy Fink, 
David Pedersen, Ernie Louison. 
PERCUSSION: Theodora Chase, Michael 
Harrigan, John Gulotta, Duane Moulton, 
Fred Moore, Emelyn Harp, Mark 
Trocchi, David Hoag, Lee Ann Deming, 
Bill Gulotta. ABSENT: Michael Bynack, 
Stephen Hastedt, Reiner White, Clarence 
Wheeler, John Bailey. 

The Mount Everett Concert 
Band is composed of sixty stu- 
dents in grades seven through 
twelve. The concert band per- 
forms at school functions and 
public concerts. During the past 
year the band helped raise 
money to buy new uniforms. 
The marching band, which is a 
smaller segment of the concert 
band, marches in the Memorial 
Day parade, the Halloween pa- 
rade, and at football games. The 
stage band is a more select 
group that plays contemporary 
music at public concerts, at ral- 
lies, and at sports events. The 
pep band performs during foot- 
ball and basketball games. Band 
president: Ernie Louison; vice- 
president: Pam Bock; secretary- 
treasurer: Louise Antony. 



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TOP ROW: Eric Agar, Bob Patterson, and Chuck Judkins 
discuss the finished product of the 1969 Aurigan staff's 
efforts. Cathy Chapin and new dress. Rose Wright and 
colleagues at graduation ceremony. Sandy and Caroline 
Patlon - folk singers at graduation. BOTTOM ROW: 
Steve Morris, Bill Bender, John Sellew, Peter Chase, and 
Mark Trocchi look over the "Universal Set." Slim Jim 
Edclman skims the yearbook. Pam Bock signs in stripes. 
Ciraduates receiving well wishes after ceremony. 
Usherettes at graduation: Pat Mieike, Jeanne Alvares, 
Candy Leining, Janis Bosworth, Marcia Packlick, Ellen 
Price, Jean Chapin, Chris Salzmann, and Laurie Wood. 
Other usherettes: Donna Camp and Sue Gunzinger. 







PICTURES TOP: Allen Wells and Laura Scholz in "Future - 
Newspaper" reading skit during class night activities. Russ 
Rawling, of the big parade, marching through the center of 
Sheffield on a sunny Memorial Day. Lindsay Lanoue, Bonnie 
Morandi, and Jerry Ball read the class will of 1969. Barb 
McNamara and Mr. Wartella prepare to proceed with the 
parade. 

PICTURES BOTTOM: During the June student-faculty 
Softball game, umpire Stanley Collins calls as Stanley 
Olmsted catches. The student-faculty Softball game has 
students out for one non-academic afternoon. 



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Quality Ice Cream and 

Sandwiches 



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Fuel-Heating Installations Service 

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Great Barrington 

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311 Main Street 

Great Barrington, Mass. 

Phone 528-0201 



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Great Barrington 





Dewey Electric 
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Main Street 

Great Barrington 

Telephone 528-0210 



Barrington 
Electrical Shop, Inc. 

Electrical Contracting 

309 Main Street 

Great Barrmgton, Mass. 

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TOP ROW: Bill Bender getting ready for 
an evening of prom festivities. Sheila 
Small, chosen queen of the prom, reigns 
over her court. Mitch and Lynne swing 
their way through Sayonara with the 
John Galletly Orchestra. Kimona-clad 
Donna Brallier loads plates for Sue 
McNamara and Bob Marion. 
BOTTOM ROW: The bridge creation 
project with Larry Johnson and Mr. Sano. 
janis Bosworth and Gary Brallier hustle 
decorations. Mary Welch and escort 
Kevin Kelly. Patiently (or impatiently) 
awaiting the return of their dates are 
Vinnie Ullrich, Sam Van Deusen, and 
Kenny Guartha. 



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In the summer of 1969, summer school was held at Mount Everett 
from June 30 to August 1, under the direction of Mr. Raymond 
Chamberland. Courses offered at summer school and their directors 
were as follows: Reading la — Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Kane, and Mrs. 
O'Connell; Reading lb — Mr. Alvares; Communication Skills — Mrs. 



Brolli and Mrs. Burnett; Work Study Program (six weeks) — Mr. 
Sellew and Mr. Shiminski; Basic Electricity — Mr. Oleen; 
Photography — Mr. Oleen; New York Stock Exchange — Mr. 
Gauthier; Local Government — Mr. Gauthier; Current Events — Mr. 
Gauthier; Instrumental Music — Mr. Wartella; Recreation — Mr. 



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Callahan and Mr. Halliday; Math Review — Mrs. Halliday and Mr. 
Oleen; Personal Use Typing — Mrs. Antony; Arts and Crafts — Miss 
Agar. 1969 Summer Curriculum Work; English — Math — Social 
Studies for Vocational Education Students (two weeks) — Mrs. Preiss 
and Mr. Consolati; Combined Chemistry — Biology for College Prep. 



students (one week) — Mr. Kelley and Mr. Eline. 
PICTURES: Neighborhood Youth Corps, typist Anita Kaufmann; 
tramp-tossed Kathy Frengs; Local Government director Mr. Gauthier; 
Local Government students Bruce Rueger, Peter Driscoll, and Sharon 
Artz; recreation-minded Peter Stalker. 



Best of Luck to a Great Class 

[ug End in the Berkshires 

'Home of Many Great Class Reunions" 
South Egremont, Mass. 




Best Wishes to the Class of '70 

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BELOW, CLOCKWISE: Ed Tichenor, 
Nancy Duryea, Dan Shmulsky. RIGHT, 
CLOCKWISE FROM THE LEFT: Jim 
Small, Sue McNamara, Bill Turner, Dianne 
Day, Judy Streeter, Nancy Pasche, Sally 
Turner, Donna Camp. CENTER: Anita 
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JEANNE LOUISE ALVARES, b. September 20, 1952; Arts and Crafts 

1, 4; Choir 3; Dramatics 1, 2, 3; Drivers' Ed. 3; Gymnastics 2, 3; Li- 
brary Club 1; Prom Committee 3; Sewing Club 2; Student Leader 3; 
Volleyball 3; Senior Play 4; AURIGAN 4. 

JOANNE MARIE BANGS, b. April 13, 1952; Dramatics 1, 3; Drivers' 

Ed. 3; GAA - Basketball 1, 3, Field Hockey 3, 4, Volleyball 3; Honor 

Roll 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Newspaper 1, 2, 4; Prom Committee 3; 

AURIGAN 4 - Calendar. 

BRENDA LEE BARTLETT, b. May 18, 1952; GAA - Volleyball 1; 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

PAMELA JOAN BOCK, b. May 26, 1952; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 - Librarian 

2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, Vice President 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 — 
Librarian 2, 3, 4, President 4; Drivers' Ed. 3; GAA - Basketball 1; 
Prom Committee 3: Senior Play 4; Student Leader 4; AURIGAN 4. 



tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Student Leader 1, 2, 3; Table 
Tennis 4; Weight lifting 1. 2. 

JEAN ANN CHAPINT'b. October^ 21, 1952; All County Choir 3; 
Arts and Crafts 4; Basketball Cheerleading 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; "Dra- 
matics 1, 2, 3; Drivers' Ed. 3; GAA - Basketball 1, 2, Field Hockey 3, 
4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Modern Dance 2; Physics 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 2, 4; Student Leader 3; Ski Team 4- 
AURIGAN-4 - Features Editor. 

NEIL BROOK CRAWFORD, b. September 5, 1952; Audio-Visual 1; 
Cross Country 3; Drivers' Ed. 3; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Hall Monitor 4- 
Honor Roll 3; AURIGAN 4 - Art Editor. 

SUSAN JEAN CRONK, b. April 30, 1952; Drivers' Ed. 3; Future 
Nurses 1; Girls' Cooking 1; Intramurals 1. 







JEANNE ALVARES 



JOANNE BANGS 



BRENDA BARTLETT 



PAMELA BOCK 





JANIS BOSWORTH, b. October 26, 1952; Football Cheerleading 2, 
3, 4 — Captain 4; Chemistry 2; Drivers' Ed. 3; Honor Roll 3; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3; Newspaper 4 — Sports Editor; Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Play 4; Student Leader 4; AURIGAN — Acitivites Editor. 
GARY DAVID BRALLIER, b. March 5, 1951; Baseball 4; Basketball 
4; Drivers' Ed. 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-Captain 3; Gymnastics 1, 2, 
3 — Captain 3; Intramurals 1; Photo-Electric Games 2; Senior Play 4; 
Student Leader 3; Table Tennis 4; Varsity Qub 3 — Vice President. 
DONNA MARIE CAMP, b. October 11, 1952; Band 1; Cheerleading 
1; Class Officer 1; Drivers' Ed. 3; Gymnastics 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Judo 3; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; AURIGAN 4. 
WILLL^M MILES GARY, b. July 22, 1952; Audio-Visual 1; Drivers' 
Ed. 3; Football 1, 2, 4 — Co-Captain 4; Gymnastics 2; Hall Monitor 3, 
4; Honor Roll 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Modelmaking 1; Newspaper 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Student Leader 1, 2, 3; Weight 
LifHng 1, 2, 3; AURIGAN 4. 

MICHAEL PETER CASSIDY, b. July 3, 1952; Band 1; Basketball 2; 
Drivers' Ed. 3; Football 1', 2; Hall Monitor 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 3; In- 



DEBORAH ANNE DEMPSEY, b. September 29, 1952; Aviation 4; 
Basketball Cheerleading 2, 3; Drivers' Ed. 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Leader 2; AURIGAN' 4 
— Senior Section Editor. 

WAYNE ROBBING DUNLOP, b. September 15, 1951; Audio-Visual 
1; Aviation 4; Chemistry 2; Chess Club 3; Cross Country 2, 3, 4 — 
Captain 3, 4; Drivers' Ed. 3; French Lab Monitor 3; Gymnastics 1, 2, 
3; Photo-Electric Games 2; Prom Committee 3; School Store 3; Track 
Club 3, 4; AURIGAN 4. 

NANCY LEE DURYEA, b. July 27, 1952; GAA - Basketball 2, 3, 4, 
Field Hockey 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 4. 
JAMES VINCENT EDELMAN, b. February 23, 1952; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 3, 4 — Vice President; Drivers' Ed. 
2; Football 1, 2, 3; Hall Monitor 3, 4; Language 2; Photo-EIectric 
Games 2; Prom Committee 3; Student Leader 3, 4. 



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NEIL CRAWFORD 







JAMES EDELMAN 



NANCY DURYEA 



DEBORAH DEMPSEY 



SUSAN CRONK 





ANDREA EICHSTEDT 



LEON EICHSTEDT 





CRAIG ELLIOTT 



EDWARD FARNUM 








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Maria Manghue and Chris Salzmann 



GAIL GILMORE 



RICHARD GREGORY 






ANDREA LOUISE EICHSTEDT, b. April 23, 1952; Driv- 
ers' Ed. 2; Girl's Cooking 1; Intramurals 1. 
LEON JOSEPH EICHSTEDT, b. December 21, 1950. 
CRAIG STANLEY ELLIOTT, b. December 11, 1952; Base- 
ball 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 1; Intramurals 1, 
2, 3; Photo-Electric Games 2; Weight lifting 1; Class Officer 
— President 4. 

EDWARD ROY FARNUM, b. May 30, 1952; Drivers' Ed. 
3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Photo-Electirc Games 1; Table 
tennis 4; Volleyball 2; Weight lifting 1. 
THOMAS LEE REMING, b. September 8, 1951; Shop 
Service 2; Intramurals 3. 

KEITH MARTIN RETCHER, b. January 9, 1952; Band 1, 
2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Driver's Ed. 3; French 
Lab Monitor 1, 2; Hall Monitor 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; 



LAWRENCE JOHNSON 



KEVIN KELLY 








Sue Varney 
Laurie Wood 



THOMAS REMING 



KEITH FLETCHER 



FRANK GALLO 







WENDY GUNZINGER 



PHILLIP HANDLOWICH 



CHRIS HEDDLESON 



Prom Committee 3; School Store 2; Student Leader 3, 4. 
FRANK MICHAEL GALLO, b. June 19, 1952; Driver's Ed. 
3; Intramurals 2; Volleyball 2, 3; Weight lifting 3. 
GAIL MARIE GILMORE, b. September 29, 1951; Class 
Officer — Vice-President 1, 2; Driver's Ed. 3; Girl's Cook- 
ing 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Play 4; Student Leader 4. 

RICHARD ARTHUR GREGORY, b. February 4, 1951; 
Audio-Visual 3, 4; Camera 1; Journalism 1; Newspaper 1, 
2; School Store 1, 2; Student Leader 2. 
WENDY SUSAN GUNZINGER, b. January 14, 1952; 
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3; Driver's Ed. 3; GAA - Softball 2; 
Girl's Cooking 4; Gymnastics 2, 3; Honor Roll 3, 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1; Modern Dance ]; Prom 
Committee 3; Student Leader 4. 



PHILLIP GEORGE HANDLOWICH, b. November 2, 1951; 
Cross Country 3; Driver's Ed. 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Photo-Electric Games 1, 2; Shop Service 1, 2, 3; 
Table Tennis 4; Weight lifting 1. 

CHRISTINE DOROTHEA HEDDLESON, b. August 5, 
1952; Driver's Ed. 3; Golf 3; Intramurals 1; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Play 4; Table Tennis 4; AURIGAN 4. 
LAWRENCE JOHN JOHNSON, JR. b, April 14, 1952; 
Baseball 1; Chemistry Club 2; Chess Club 1; Cross Coun- 
try 4; Driver's Ed. 3; Football 1; French Lab Monitor 3, 4; 
Hall Monitor 3, 4; Honor Roll 1; Intramurals 1; Newspaper 
3; Table Tennis 4; Weight lifting ]; AURIGAN 4. 
KEVIN THOMAS KELLY, b. February 2, 1952; PrinHng 3, 
4. 



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PATRICK JOSEPH KELLY, b. January 30, 1953; Air Force ROTC 2; 
Baseball 3, 4; Chess Qub 3; Cross Country 4; Drivers' Ed. 4; Intra- 
murals 3; Prom Conimittee 3; Volleyball 3. 

BERNARD RUSSELL KIRCHNER, b. June 2, 1952; Audio-Visual 1; 
Baseball Manager 2, 3; Drivers' Ed. 3; Football 1; Golf 3; Gymnastics 
1; Honor Roll 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Photo-Electirc Games 1, 1; Prom 
Committee 3; Weight Lifting 1. 

CANDICE JANE LEINING, b. July 8, 2952; Berkshire County Youth 
Council 3; Basketball Cheerleading 3, 4; Chemistry Qub 2; Choir 1, 
2; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 — Treasurer; Drivers' Ed. 3; GAA — Basket- 
ball 1, 2, Field Hockey 2, Softball 2; Honor Roll 1, 1, 3, 4; Intramur- 
als 1, 2; Newspaper 1; Prom Committee 3; School Store 2; Student 
Leader 3; Table Tennis 4; AURIGAN 4. 

ANNELIESE LIEBSCH, b. August 11, 1951; Future Teachers' 3 - 
Vice President; GAA — Field Hockey 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 4. 

ERNEST ARSENE LOUISON, JR., b. May 26, 1952; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 - 
President 4; Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Qass 
Officer 4 — Student Council Representative; Drivers' Ed. 3; French 
Lab Monitor 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 4; Newspaper 1, 2, 4 — Sports Editor 
4; Prom Committee 3; School Store 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Leader 1, 2, 3, 
4; Senior Play 4; AURIGAN 4 - Sports Editor. 
MARIA MANGHUE, b. August 25, 1951; Choir 3; Drivers' Ed. 3; 
Honor Roll 4; Intramurals 1; Newspaper 4; Senior Play 4; AURIGAN 
4. 

MARTHA MERRITT, b. October 6, 1952; Arts and Crafts 1; Honor 
Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 

MICHAEL GOLDEN MERRITT, b. October 6, 1952; Arts and Crafts 
2, 3, 4. 

PATRICL\ KATHLEEN MIELKE, b. December 14, 1952; Basketball 
Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Drivers' Ed. 3; GAA - Basketball 1; Girls' 
Cooking 4; Girls' Track and Field 3; Choir 1; Intramurals 2; Judo 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Student Leader 4. 

ROBERT KENNETH MILLER, b. September 10, 1951; Football 1, 2, 
3; Golf 2; Hall Monitor 3, 4; Photo-Electric Games 1, 2; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Student Leader 2, 3; Table Tennis 4; Weight Lifting 1, 2. 
KENT DANIEL MILLIGAN, b. June 9, 1951; Arts and Crafts 1, 2, 3, 
4; Camera 2; Cross Country 2, 4; Intramurals 2. 
LYNNE MARGARET O'CONNELL, b. October 1, 1952; Chemistry 



Club 2; Choir 1, 2, 3; Drivers' Ed. 3; GAA - Basketball 1, Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 - Co-Captain 4, Softball 2, 3, Volleyball 1; Honor 
Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Judo 3; Language 3; National Honor 
Society 3, 4 — President 4; Newspaper 4 — Literary Editor 4; Physics 
3; Prom Committee 3; Science Club 4; School Store 3; Seruor Play 4; 
AURIGAN 3, 4 - Executive Editor. 

STANLEY WENDELL OLMSTED, b. November 4, 1952; Audio- 
Visual 2; Drivers' Ed. 4; Football 4; Photo-Electric Games 2, 3; 
AURIGAN 4. 

MARCL\ ANN PACKLICK, b. September 16, 1952; Arts and Crafts 
4; Basketball Cheerleading 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 2, 3 — Student 
Council Representative; Drivers' Ed. 3; GAA — Basketball 1, Field 
Hockey 3, 4 — Co-Captain; Chemistry Qub 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Officers' Club 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Newspaper 2; Physics 3; Prom 
Committee 3; School Store 2; Ski Club 1; Ski Team 2, 4; Student 
Leader 3; AURIGAN 3, 4 - Editor-in-Chief. 

RICHARD SIDNEY PATTERSON, JR., b. December 14, 1951; Audio- 
Visual 1; Camera 2; Choir 1, 2; Class Officer 2, 3 — President; 
Dramatics 1; Drivers' Ed. 3; Hall Monitor 3; Journalism 1; Newspa- 
per 1, 2, 3, 4 — Editor-in-Chief 3; Prom Committee 3; Public Rela- 
tions 2, 3; School Store 1, 2, 3 — Manager 2; Senior Play 4; Student 
Leader 3; AURIGAN 4. 

JAMES LESLIE PHILLIPS, b. September 30, 1951; Drivers' Ed. 3; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-Captain 3; Golf 3; Hall Monitor 3, 4; Honor 
Roll 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Journalism 1; Photo-Electric Games 2; 
Senior Play 4; Student Leader 3; Table Tennis 4; Track 3; Weight 
Lifting 3. 

LAWRENCE DAY PIERCE, b. March 30, 1951; Football 1, 2; Gym- 
nastics 3; Honor Roll 3, 4; Lacrosse 1, 2; Language 3; Philosophy 3. 
SUSAN ANN PINKAVA, b. January 16, 1952; Arts and Crafts 2; 
Chemistry Club 2; Drivers' Ed. 3; Future Nurses 3 — Vice-President; 
GAA - Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Physics 3; Senior Play 4; 
AURIGAN-Secretary. 

RUTH ELLEN PRICE, b. December 4, 1952; Aviation Ground School; 
Basketball Cheerleading 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club 2; Drivers' Ed. 3; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Modern Dance 2; Newspa- 
per 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Varsity Qub 3; AURIGAN 
4. 



Chris Heddleson 







KENT MILLIGAN 



LYNNE O'CONNELL 



STANLEY OLMSTED 




DUDLEY WAYNE RACE, b. July 13, 1952; Baseball 1; Choir 1, 2; Drivers' 

Ed. 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. 

RUSSELL ALBERT RAWLING, b. April 17, 1952; Band 1, 2, 3; Drivers' Ed. 

3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; 

Ski Team 2, 3, 4; AURIGAN 4. 

JOSEPH ROBERT READ, b. April 10, 1950; Band Manager 1, 2, 3; Camera 

1; Choir 1, 2, 3. 

JOHN PETER REAL, b. May 18, 1952; Dramatics 2; Drivers' Ed. 3; Football 

1, 2, 3, 4; French Lab. Monitor 3, 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Senior 

Play 4; Weight Lifting 3, 4; AURIGAN 4. 

CHRISTINE ANN SALZMANN, b. March 8, 1952; Chemistry Club 2; Class 
Officer 3, 4 — Secretary; Dramatics 1, 2, 3; Drivers' Ed. 3; GAA — Field 
Hockey 3, Volleyball 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Journalism 1; 



NANCY JEAN SHMULSKY, b. February 11, 1952; Chemistry Club 2; Driv- 
ers' Ed. 3; GAA — Basketball 2; Intramurals 1; Physics 3; Prom Committee 
3. 

W1LLL\M THOMAS SIMPSON, b. April 28, 1952; Band 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; 
Cross Country 3, 4; Drivers' Ed. 3; Newspaper 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Play 4; Student Leader 4; Track Club 3, 4; Wrestling. 

FREDERICH ABNER SMITH, III, b. February 24, 1952; Boys' State 3; Chess 
Club 3; Chemistry Club 2; Debating Qub 2; Drivers' Ed. 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 
4; Golf 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Photo-Electric Games 2; 
Prom Committee 3; Track Club 2; Weight Lifting 2, 3; AURIGAN 4. 
MITCHELL JAY SMITH, b. July 21, 1952; Audio-Visual 1; Chemistry Club 
2; Chess Qub 1; Debating Qub 2; Drivers' Ed. 3; Honor Roll 4; Newspaper 
2, 3, 4 — Asst. Editor 3, Business Manager 4; Philosophy 3; Prom Commit- 







DUDLEY RACE 



RUSSELL RAWLING 



JOHN REAL 



CHRISTINE SALZMANN 





Pat Kelly 



Chris Salzmarm 



Sue Pinkava 



Language 2; Modern Dance 1, 2; Newspaper 4 — Editor-in-Chief; Prom 
Committee 3; Physics 3; Senior Play 4; Student Leader 3; National Honor 
Society 3, 4 — Secretary-Treasurer 4; Tutor 4; AURIGAN 4 — Coordinator. 
WAYNE SCHOONMAKER, b. October 2, 1952; Audio-Visual 1; Baseball 
1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1 - President; Drivers' Ed. 3; Football 
1; French Lab. Monitor 2, 3; Hall Monitor 4; Intramurals 1, 2; School Store 
1; Table Tennis 3. 

CHARLES CAVARLY SHERMAN, b. July 6, 1952; Choir 1, 2; Drivers' Ed. 
2; Honor Roll 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Language 2; Table Tennis 4; Weight Lift- 
ing 1, 2, 3. 



tee 3; Public Relations 3; School Store 1, 2, 3 — Asst. Manager; Senior Pla 

4; AURIGAN 4. 

PATRICL\ DALE SMFTH, b. July 29, 1952; Arts and Crafts 1, 2, 3, 4; DriN 

ers' Ed. 3; GAA — Basketball 2; Girls Cooking 1, 2; Gymnastics 1; Hone 

Roll 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Student Leader 3. 

JAMES ROBERT STEVENS, b. April 26, 1952; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Clas 

Officer 3 — Student Council Representative; Debating Club 2; Drivers' Ec 

3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 - Captain 4; Hall Monitor 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Phi 

losophy 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Leader 3; Weight Lifting 1, 3; AUR] 

GAN 3, 4 - Photography Editor. 



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CHARLES SHERMAN 



NANCY SHMULSKY 



WILLIAM SIMPSON 





FREDERICH SMITH 





MITCHELL SMITH 




Wayne Dunlop 



PATRICIA SMITH 



JAMES STEVENS 





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Tom Thorn 







WILLIAM TURNER 



JANE VAN DEUSEN 



SUSAN VARNEY 



MARLENE WARNER 



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WILLIAM TOUPONCE 



SALLY TURNER 






JARED WILLETS 



LAURIE WOOD 



JAMES ZUCCO 



THOMAS BUTCHER THORN, b. October 9, 1950; Chess Club 3, 4; Ski Team 3; Soccer 1, 2; Table Tennis 4. 

WILLIAM HENRY TOUPONCE, b. April 18, 1952. 

SALLY ANN TURNER, b. March 20, 1952; Chemistry Club 2; Class Officer 4 - Student Council RepresentaHve; 

DramaHcs 1, 2, 3; Drivers' Ed. 3; GAA - Basketball 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 3, Softball 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Honor 

Roll 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Modern Dance 1; Newspaper 2, 4; Prom Committee 3; Student Leader 3; AURIGAN 4 — 

Business Manager. 

WILLIAM HENRY TURNER, b. December 7, 1952; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Drivers' 

Ed. 3; Shjdent Leader 3; Track Club 3, 4. 

JANE FRANCES VAN DEUSEN, b. June 24, 1952; Drivers' Ed. 3; Future Nurses 2; Girls Cooking 1; Intramurals 

1, 2; Kitchen Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; KnitHng 2; Library Club 2; Sewing 2, 3; Shident Leader 3. 

SUSAN ELLEN VARNEY, b. September 11, 1952; Arts and Crafts 2; Drivers' Ed. 3; Chess 1; Future Nurses - 

Secretary; GAA - Field Hockey 3, Volleyball 3; Honor Roll 1, 2; Judo 3. 

MARLENE TERESA WARNER, b. June 3, 1952; Drivers' Ed. 3; Fuhjre Nurses 3; 

ball 2; Senior Play 4. 

JARED CHRISTOPHER WILLETS, b. December 25, 1952; Choir 2; Dramatics 2; 

Table Tennis 4. 

LAURIE McGregor wood, b. October 25, 1951; Arts and Crafts I, 2, 4; Choir 1; Future Teachers' 4; Judo 

3; Newspaper 4; Senior Play 4; AURIGAN 4 — Literary Editor. 

JAMES TONI ZUCCO, b. May 13, 1951; Weight Lifting 1. 



GAA - Basketball 2, Volley- 
Newspaper 4; Senior Play 4; 



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